President Trump Hops Aboard an 18-Wheeler, Has the Time of His Life
The president got behind the wheel of the truck.
Is President Donald Trump considering a career change?
The commander in chief got behind the wheel of a big rig, which was parked on the White House lawn as he hosted truck drivers and trucking CEOs to discuss health care on Thursday.
He was photographed pulling a series of faces while in the cab of the 18-wheeler, apparently having the time of his life.
"It was an honor to welcome so many truckers and trucking industry leaders to the @WhiteHouse today!" he later tweeted.
After photos emerged showing Trump apparently yelling behind the wheel, social media went into overdrive.
"When you missed the exit for Wendy's," one wrote.
"When your mommy tells you to get out of the truck, but you don't want to go,” said another.
The president is also getting heat for what he told Time magazine, which has the controversial cover: “Is Truth Dead?”
In an interview, he told the reporter: “I can't be doing so badly, because I'm president, and you're not.”
Seth Meyers has even claimed the president stole the line from the early days of "Saturday Night Live," in which Chevy Chase said, “I’m Chevy Chase, and you’re not!”
“I didn't mind when you talked dirty with Billy Bush, or told Russia to hack Hillary’s emails,” Meyers said on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Thursday. “But when you start stealing bits from 'Weekend Update' anchors, it is on!”
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