Trump is well-known for writing his talking points in bold Sharpie strokes, and in his latest chopper talk on the White House lawn, he had them once again. This time they said “I WANT NOTHING” across the top. Twice.
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) November 20, 2019
The captured photo of the notes is already trending on Twitter with plenty of ridicule to go with it.
Normally when I want nothing I write it down twice in big black marker to remind myself. https://t.co/vxfBZ3Nl4q
— Neal Katyal (@neal_katyal) November 20, 2019
Trump’s “I want nothing” = Nixon’s “I am not a crook.”
— Patty Cullen (@celtsfan1978) November 20, 2019
Donny's big boy notes https://t.co/Wh6c1tdzYw
— Josh Isaacs (@joshua_isaacs) November 20, 2019
This is a good opportunity to revisit some of Trump’s other Sharpie notes to self. If you look closely at the notes above, you’ll see that Zelensky is misspelled. It is reminiscent of Trump’s special spelling of Al-Qaeda in these notes:
— Jabin Botsford (@jabinbotsford) July 15, 2019
Or his “Achomlishments” in this set of scribbles:
— Tim Kirk (@timmmyk) November 20, 2019
Then there was the time he had to remind himself that there wasn’t any COLUSION!
The President wrote in sharpie “THERE WAS NO COLUSION” during a meeting with congressional members. pic.twitter.com/dYk88Ot9h8
— Tom Brenner (@tombrennerphoto) July 17, 2018