Melania Trump Tweeted the Creepiest Photos of Church Visit and People Have Questions

Donald Trump and the first lady visited the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Northeast Washington, DC, Tuesday, a day after Trump appeared at looting-damaged St. John’s Episcopal Church.

The president and Melania Trump walked from the building about 11:45 a.m. onto a large outdoor patio, turned and faced the assembled media and posed for a photo.

They then turned around and stood for several minutes before the statue of the late pontiff, where a wreath had been laid earlier, before walking back inside the building without speaking or taking questions.

John Paul II served as pope from 1978 until his death in 2005, and was declared a saint by the Roman Catholic Church in April 2014. The effort to erect the shrine was spearheaded by the Knights of Columbus, a lay Roman Catholic organization.

The event wasn’t very newsworthy, except for the fast that Trump leaned over to his wife and told a sourpuss-faced Melania to smile.

Later on Tuesday Melania tweeted out some photos from inside the shrine and they were incredibly creepy. Like, something out of a horror movie.

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Creepy, right?

In fact, currently “The Omen” is trending on Twitter.

Twitter had a field day:


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