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Talk about awkward. Former President Donald Trump got ridiculed on Monday for hiding his beloved Diet Coke bottle in a photo op just days after he called for a boycott of Coca-Cola over Georgia voting rights. Stephen Miller, Trump's former senior White House adviser, posted the photo of Trump sitting at his desk at Mar-a-Lago with the Coke bottle hiding behind the phone. "Just has a terrific meeting with President Trump!" tweeted Miller. JustStephen Miller, Trump's former senior White House adviser, posted the photo of Trump sitting at his desk at Mar-a-Lago with the Coke bottle hiding behind the phone.
Four months after getting kicked off Twitter and Facebook. former President Donald Trump has. Here's the thing: it's solely for Trump to post to — no one else can make any comments. So yes, in essence, Donald Trump has created a blog. And as a result, he's become Twitter's new Creed Bratton.
Creed Bratton is a character from the hitplayed by Creed Bratton, the actor. (The comedy used the names of multiple actors for their characters). Back in Season 3, an episode aired in which Creed "launched" his own blog — or so he thought. In reality, Ryan (BJ Novak) had set him up with a Word document and told Creed it was a blog.
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The actor previously starred as Rocky Balboa in the first two Creed installments , where he served as a mentor to Michael B. Jordan's Adonis "Donnie" Johnson Creed — the son of his former rival, Apollo Creed. © MGM/Moviestore/Shutterstock The actor previously starred as Rocky Balboa in th A rep for Stallone did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. RELATED: Michael B. Jordan Will Make Directorial Debut with Creed III Set for Thanksgiving 2022 Release © Provided by People B Wetcher/MGM/Warner Creed III, which is set for a Nov.
You can watch the scene below:
At its launch, Trump's site was billed similarly to a social media platform. "In a time of silence and lies, a new beacon of freedom arises," says a 30-second video atop the site's page. "A place to speak freely and safely."
It appears Trump will be using it much like he used his social media accounts before he was banned, having already posted a few Twitter-esque comments, including one aimed at Mitt Romney, who Trump calls a "stone cold loser." And interestingly, visitors are able to re-share Trump's messages on Facebook and Twitter by clicking icons with their company logos underneath is comments.
Of course, the only one actually speaking is Trump himself. So, with that description in mind, people drew comparisons between the former president and the Dunder Mifflin employee immediately. "This is close to when Ryan told Creed that his word doc was a blog," Tim Fullerton.
Granted, at least with Creed's blog, no one was actually seeing what he wrote. Check out more Trump/Creed jokes below.
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