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There are memes aplenty for the new US President, who inspired one of the largest protests in the country’s history on his first day in office. And from the looks of it, the meme-sters are only getting started.

#TrumpArtworks is the latest hashtag to brings together some of my favorite things: art and political satire. Urinal joke? Check. Little hands? Check. Alternative Facts? You betcha! Even arty Narcissus references. Putin? Well, of course.

Many of these tweets were a response to prodding by UK humor site the Poke, and I thank them for their thirst for memes alternative facts.

h/t NZ

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