Donald Trump’s face is making America do a double take again. Or a triple take?
Regardless, we are all laughing our asses off.
On Friday, photographer William Moon, who posts his photos on the Twitter account @photowhitehouse, captured a photo of the president walking across the South Lawn of the White House after returning from Charlotte, North Carolina, and boy is it unsettling.
You’ll immediately notice that Trump’s face is glowing orange. I’m talking Big Tangerine Energy here. Definitely more bronzed than usual. Not only is his face clearly covered in tinted makeup or tanner of some sort, but there’s also clear line where the makeup ends. Trump’s hair is blown back a bit, and his pale scalp halo hovers above what looks like an orange mask.
Moon tweeted the photo from his White House photography account on Friday night, along with a black and white version that will really haunt you.
— White House Photos (@photowhitehouse) February 7, 2020 
The photos, which look like Instagram filters gone horribly wrong, were simply too good not to meme.
Orange you glad these photos exist?
Twitter had a field day:
When does noticing anything wrong here become a crime? pic.twitter.com/NFJh4ubwfH 
— Schooley (@Rschooley) February 8, 2020 
Didn’t Trudeau just get in trouble for this pic.twitter.com/v6QfCrL9vZ 
— Chase Mitchell (@ChaseMit) February 8, 2020 
This photo has not been altered. This is the president. https://t.co/nkYrU5QqVP 
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 8, 2020 
The President of The United States of America bobbing for Cheetos
— Rich 2 (@rich_2_rich) February 8, 2020 
Yikes! pic.twitter.com/kCUQxdQprZ 
— 📚 🌊 𝔸 ℕ𝕠𝕧𝕖𝕝 𝔾𝕠𝕕𝕕𝕖𝕤𝕤 #ShamTrial 🆘️📚 (@booksanescape) February 8, 2020 
— Johnny McNulty (@JohnnyMcNulty) February 8, 2020 
That makeup is comical, y’all. It is ludicrous. Why do y’all let him go out in public like that? I understand he literally stinks, repulsively. A real life horror show.
— DBtv (@DBtv) February 8, 2020 
How fast was the person who posted this picture fired?
— alCapp (@al5252) February 8, 2020 
I just still cannot.
Again, not a doctored photo. pic.twitter.com/jxEp4tVjb7 
— Michelangelo Signorile (@MSignorile) February 8, 2020