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Red Skull or Trump? Trolling Twitter account recasts POTUS as supervillain

Red Skull or Trump? Trolling Twitter account recasts POTUS as supervillain
Donald Trump’s unusual way with words has inspired President Supervillain, a Twitter account that combines the words of the president with artwork depicting the evil Red Skull from the Captain America comics.

Attracting more than 24,000 followers in less than a week, the account merges Trump’s controversial statements with the ominous tones of a comic book villain.

In fact, the two fit together so well, you may be excused for thinking that Red Skull was inspired by Trump himself.

In perhaps one of the most amusing tweets, President Supervillain shared a photograph from Trump’s book, the art of the deal, alongside the unauthorized biography of fellow comic book villain, Lex Luthor.

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