12 Funniest #TrumpValentines

Some Americans have been taking to Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) to celebrate Valentine’s Day by coming up with Donald Trump-inspired Valentine’s messages and posting them using #TrumpValentines. Here’s a look at some of the most creative and entertaining posts.


There have been plenty Trump-themed Valentine’s Day card suggestions for that special someone. Some suggestions are political, focusing on the border wall or the travel ban. Others are more personal, focusing on lines Trump has used in the past to describe women in his life, including Hillary Clinton, Nancy O’Dell and even his own daughter Ivanka.

This user put politics aside to go after a Trump classic.

Speaking of classics, one tweeter even dug up a vintage photo of Trump looking like quite the romantic.

Valentine’s Day has always been a day for people to express their feelings to the ones they love. Some Twitter users did their best to imitate Trump’s mastery of the English language.

No Valentine’s Day would be complete without a selection of original poetry. Twitter users shared their best Trump-inspired “roses are red” poems.

One Valentine’s Day poet suggested some rhymes Trump might use to score a Valentine’s Day date.

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