What Would Trump Look Like with IG Filters?

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Published on January 23, 2019

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19 comments

  • omar aftab 8 months ago

    I hate it when people post “first”

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  • Chase Newman 8 months ago

    Trump would look normal OOOOOOOOOOOOOOoohhhhhhhhhhhh

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  • D1st1nct G4m1ng 8 months ago

    Hi

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  • Sami Ortiz 8 months ago

    52 views 105 likes another day in YouTube

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  • WhatGame? you want 8 months ago

    Who dose not like trump comment and who loved trump like

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  • Quitel Cartwright 8 months ago

    Number #40

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  • Isabella Kaufman-bacher 8 months ago

    Hi people I’m so proud of my self for being this early and now I don’t know what to say

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  • Martin Ernesto Hernández 8 months ago

    ViVA Culiacán

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  • rami elhassan 8 months ago

    Will i don’t know how think from KFC anyone wants his house like that

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  • Artist / Band News by Michael Nagy 8 months ago

    Filters or no filters Trump always makes me laugh

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  • Nina Smith 8 months ago

    Lol. Didn’t realize no one watches these when they first post 😂😂😂

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  • Luis Angel 8 months ago

    Who is here in 2019?

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  • Kaleb Ross 8 months ago

    The thumbnail looked like my grandma in men’s clothing with a caterpillar for hair

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  • Amaris Hernandez 8 months ago

    Lol I dead 💀 this Is soooooo funny 🤣😂

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  • Alan Tse 8 months ago

    Thanks, now I have that damn image bruned into the back of my eyes….

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  • yeasin rana 8 months ago

    Ohh no…

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  • Роду Вороновых 8 months ago

    Shut the fuck up you fatass media whore

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  • billy fraiser 8 months ago

    Favourite has been the preferred spelling in British English for several centuries, but this does not mean that favorite is a late arrival to the language or even American in origin. In fact, the OED lists instances of favorite from as long ago as the 17th century. Milton used it in Paradise Lost and, and William Wordsworth used it around 1800 (and many more examples are easily found in historical Google Books searches). The preference for favourite was not well established in British English until the first half of the 19th century, which, as the below ngram shows, is around the same time Americans settled on what is now their spelling:

    This ngram graphs the occurrence of favorite and favourite in a large number of American texts published between 1800 and 2000:

    Sorry James, you’re wrong :/ … looks like “favorite” is the winner here.

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  • Avocados 4ever 8 months ago

    Body: It’s 1:00 am, go to bed!! Brain: Oh My God! James Corden posted a new video! Watch! Watch!

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