‘The Daily Show’ to Host ‘Presidential Twitter Library’ in New York City This Weekend Only

 

If there’s one thing that Donald Trump is known for — more than the hair, more than the bad spray tan, more than the inflated ego — it’s his tweets. Throughout recent years, from the beginning of his stint as a TV reality star, all the way to his ascent to the presidency, Trump has been a prolific Twitter user, often using the site’s 140 character limit to make simplistic jabs at his enemies and just generally place his foot far in the back of his mouth. Now, and are going to make sure that all of Trump’s tweets, from the benign to the wildly insensitive, get the attention they deserve, announcing that they will be opening a temporary memorial to Trump’s Twitter communications this weekend.

On Monday’s episode of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Noah gave a round up of Trump’s Twitter tendencies, including the most recent tweet, pertaining to potentially recorded conversations with recently-fired FBI director James Comey, that put him in hot water. He then announced, that in the time-honored tradition of Presidents before him, Trump would receive a memorial library (albeit a few years ahead of schedule) to help document all of his “official White House statements” via Twitter. From June 16th — June 18th, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will be hosting The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library at 3 West 57th off of Fifth Avenue in New York City. The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. from Friday to Sunday, and will fittingly be set up just around the corner from Trump Tower.

You can check out Noah’s announcement below:

 

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Bill Tressler

Bill is a writer and comedy enthusiast from New York. An avid gamer and podcast fan, he strives to always toe the line between charming irreverence and grating honesty.
Bill Tressler
Bill Tressler
Bill is a writer and comedy enthusiast from New York. An avid gamer and podcast fan, he strives to always toe the line between charming irreverence and grating honesty.