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Valentine’s Day is the trickiest of all holidays. How do you express undying love for bae with heartfelt sincerity, but without being cheesy or cliché?
If only you could give the object of your affection something truly meaningful this year. Like if you could get President Trump to spread messages of love. That would be amazing, right?
Well, now you can make that dream a reality—kind of.
Trump with Love is a custom Valentine generator that let’s put you words right in the president’s mouth. You just type in what you want ol’ Donny to say, and up pops a video made of clips from his speeches and interviews.
Hell, he could even just quote some Beatles lyrics. That would be a nice change of pace.
It’s a safe bet that Sean Spicer wishes he had this kind of control over what comes out of that guy’s mouth.
Unfortunately Robo-Trump doesn’t know every word you might want. Perhaps the words he doesn’t know won’t come as a great shock to you.
Still, it’s a pretty fun tool to play around with. Here’s hoping President Trump can help get you laid this year.
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.