President Barack Obama and his family hike on Cadillac Mountain at Acadia National Park in Maine, July 16, 2010. Photo by Pete Souza.

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Obama White House photographer Pete Souza trolls Trump on climate deal exit

Pete Souza's Instagram trolling is hardcore.

 

Andrew Wyrich

Tech

Published Jun 2, 2017   Updated May 23, 2021, 4:26 am CDT

Former White House Photographer Pete Souza is back at trolling President Donald Trump: This time, it’s about the Paris Climate Accord.

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Souza, who has a storied history of trolling Trump, posted a series of photographs of former President Barack Obama in various scenic areas of the United States, captioned with the lyrics of “This Land Is Your Land.”

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Souza started with a letter Obama signed accepting the landmark climate agreement—which Trump decided to withdraw from on Thursday. Trump’s decision has been criticized by several world leaders and climate scientists.

“He tried. But we failed our children,” Souza wrote under the first photo.

What followed were a number of made-for-Instagram shots of Obama and his family across scenic areas of the United States.

Here they are:

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This land is your land. This land is my land.

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From California to the New York Island

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This land was made for you and me

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And I went walking that ribbon of highway

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And saw above me that endless skyway

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I saw below me the golden valley

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As of 12:15pm ET, Souza was not even done with the second stanza of the classic patriotic tune. You can expect more Obama-in-the-environment photos to come.

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*First Published: Jun 2, 2017, 12:02 pm CDT