Just for fun: Trump signed top of D-Day Proclamation

On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, 16 world leaders signed a proclamation "to ensure that the unimaginable horror" of World War II is never repeated. As you can see, 15 of those leaders signed the bottom of the document, like normal people do, and one of those leaders put their giant signature in the top left corner like a socially awkward, narcissistic dolt; it was Trump (if that wasn't clear enough).

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And if you think that maybe he had no choice, because maybe he signed it last and there was no room, look at what the other leaders did, they signed in the margins as close to the bottom as possible.

Is it a big deal? No, not really. He either doesn't know where documents are normally signed, or is socially awkward and/or has to be a dick about everything... I think he knows where documents are normally signed.

- Cory

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