Donald Trump Gets Ridiculed for Photoshopping His Head on Rocky Balboa's Body
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The president sparks a bunch of Internet memes and is labeled as 'delusional' and 'narcissistic' by Twitter users, including Alyssa Milano and Yvette Nicole Brown, after posting the Rocky photo.

AceShowbiz - Donald Trump's avid use of Twitter has resulted in another bizarre post. On early Wednesday, November 27, the president shared a doctored photo of his head attached to the body of Sylvester Stallone's character Rocky Balboa from "Rocky III".

In the original image, the fictional boxer goes shirtless, baring his big chest. He sports his boxing pants and gloves, as well as his championship belt. Trump left the Photoshopped image on his account captionless.

Donald Trump Shares Doctored Photo of His Head on Rocky Balboa's Body

While it's not clear what his intention with the photo was, the tweet comes a day after Trump bragged about his "gorgeous chest" during a rally in Florida. He denied a speculation that his unscheduled November 17 trip to Walter Reed Military Medical Center was for cardiac arrest, claiming that doctors told him, "We've never seen a chest quite like it." The photo may also symbolize his readiness to battle the Democrats and go into the election/impeachment ring.

Needless to say, the tweet garnered mixed reactions from fellow users. His supporters said there's a "fighter in the White House" and thanked him for "being our champion." Allen Sutton, editor of the StewardshipAmerica.com, praised Trump, "No president has ever fought as hard as President @realDonaldTrump on behalf of hardworking, taxpaying, Constitution supporting, God-fearing, middle- and working-class, patriotic, everyday, American citizens."

On the other hand, Democrats called him "delusional" and "narcissistic." Alyssa Milano tweeted, "What the f**k is this f**kery?" Actress Angela Belcamino reacted, "Is it just me or did this Trump Rocky photo make anyone else throw up in their mouth a little?"

Yvette Nicole Brown posted, "Wrong pic. Found the right one. Here ya go!" along with a scene from a "Jurassic Park" movie that sees Jeff Goldblum's character staring at a pile of what looks like dinosaur's dung. CBS Sports writer Pete Blackburn chimed in, "Truly the dumbest time to be alive."

Trump, however, doesn't seem to pay attention to the negative reactions. Riding the wind of flattery, he retweeted Piers Morgan's response of laughing emojis.

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