Donald Trump Double Fist Pump Photoshops
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Donald Trump Double Fist Pump Photoshops refers to a series of manipulated photographs of United States President Donald Trump showing excitement while greeting a crowd of supporters on his way to 9/11 memorial event in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
On September 11th, 2001, New York Times photographer Doug Mills tweeted a picture of President Trump greeting supporters in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. They tweeted,  ".@realDonaldTrump First Lady Melania Trump greet supporters as they arrive in Johnstown, PA to attend the Flight 93 September 11 Memorial Service in Shanksville, PA." The tweet (shown below) received more than 5,700 retweets and 10,000 likes in 24 hours.
That day, Twitter user @rob_sheridan tweeted a version of the picture in which Trump is isolated from the background. They wrote, "It just so happened that I've been doing Photoshop masking all morning for a project, so when I saw this photo I knew what I had to do. Here's a PNG with a transparent background, please do your absolute worst." The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 2,600 retweets and 8,600 likes in 24 hours.
Following the isolated version of the photograph, people began replying to the post with photoshopped versions of the image (examples below, center and right).
That day, Twitter published a Moments page, archiving some of the most popular versions.
 Twitter – @dougmillsnyt's Tweet
 Twitter – @rob_sheridan's Tweet
 Twitter – Fist-pump Trump seeds the ground for a Photoshop battle
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