Trump’s Windswept Tan Line ~ NYT

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Over the weekend, a photo of a windswept President Trumprevealed a high-contrast tan line ringing his face, which he later claimed was doctored after it spread across social media. Seth Meyers joked that while “Parasite” won the Oscar for best picture, the picture of Trump was “some last-second competition.”

“The photo shows a clear border between Trump’s bronzer and the stolen cadaver skin that enshrouds the remainder of his head. He looks like Hannibal Lecter when he stole a different person’s face to escape from prison.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

“He looks like he just got hit in the face with a pumpkin pie. He looks like he stuck his head in a volcano. He looks like a paint sample card from Home Depot.” — JIMMY FALLON

“As you see from this very real photo of Trump arriving at the White House on Friday with the wind exposing his hairline, he looks just like he went to the beach wearing a dog cone. Trump only cares about the top 1 percent, even when he’s applying sunscreen to his face. Looks like he stuck his face in an empty bag of Doritos and sucked up the dust.” — SETH MEYERS

“Now, for some reason Trump was upset about this photo, so he tweeted, ‘More fake news. This was photoshopped, obviously, but the wind was strong and the hair looks good? Anything to demean!’ You know things are bad when Trump is thanking the wind. His hair and the wind do not have great history together. And what does that mean? And ‘hair looks good?’ That’s the definition of narcissism. [Imitating Trump] My face looks like I got a chemical peel at Jiffy Lube, but hair looks good.’” — STEPHEN COLBERT

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