President Donald Trump’s latest public schedule perplexed many people on Twitter Monday night.
The White House press office revealed that Trump would on Tuesday “work from early in the morning until late in the evening” and “make many calls and have many meetings.” Several journalists shared the statement on social media, including the BBC’s Jon Sopel:
— Jon Sopel (@BBCJonSopel) January 5, 2021
The tone of the statement and its lack of details set Twitter alight.
Some critics likened it to something from a children’s book or North Korean propaganda. Others imagined what kind of calls Trump would make:
Sounds like something from a child's picture book called The President's Day
— Sane English (@SaneEnglish) January 4, 2021
— Eric Owens (@ericowensdc) January 4, 2021
And drink many glasses of covfefe and eat many hamberders.
— Kate Smith (@KateSmithAZ) January 4, 2021
Morning: finger painting, milk & cookies, nap. Afternoon: building blocks, roly poly, musical chairs, lunch. Evening: cartoons, dinner, bedtime story, nighty night.
Sounds like a Ladybird Children's Book
— Lucy Sussex (@LucySussex) January 4, 2021
Ralph Wiggum was promoted to Press Secretary. pic.twitter.com/C7fLIxO4sD
— Mario Canseco (@mario_canseco) January 5, 2021
Everyone says he makes the many-est calls. Just beautiful calls, the most many-est beautiful calls you’ve ever seen.
— Peter Hodgson (@iheartguitar) January 4, 2021
He will work tirelessly fighting reality and twisting arms to procure election fraud in as many states as will take his calls.
— Debatably Blonde🇺🇸😷🌊 (@JEandJL) January 5, 2021
You know, a lot of people are saying that nobody has ever done as many meetings or had as many phone calls.
— David Gillespie (@gillespi) January 5, 2021
Me: "Yeah hi boss. I'm planning on working from early in the morning until late in the evening. Don't worry though, I will make many calls and have many meetings. Sound good?"Boss: "Pack your s***."
— WhatIfBarackOrHillarySaidIt 🚨L-F-G Georgia!!🚨 (@IfBarack) January 5, 2021
He will talk on the phone and commit more extortion and blackmail. https://t.co/er23YVBXR1
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) January 4, 2021
Then at tea time he has a ride in the toot-toot-chugga-chugga big red car: https://t.co/zZhdFdjC79
— Shaun Keaveny (@shaunwkeaveny) January 5, 2021
I have made vastly more complex plans for a 5-year-old's play date. https://t.co/gglT7yTSi2
— Quentin Hardy (@qhardy) January 5, 2021
Was it written in crayon?
— ColonelTom (@ColonelTom_) January 4, 2021
The President's public schedule is a 2nd grade oral report by Ralph Wiggum. https://t.co/s6mTZ9Dca0
— BILL OAKLEY (@thatbilloakley) January 5, 2021
My day will unfold in much the same way. And I’m retired. https://t.co/dFx5qaqbrT
— Paul Hunter (@hunterhockey) January 5, 2021
Me explaining to my wife why I can't help with the kids in the evening: https://t.co/GwmE2dCdyq
— Jeff Asher (@Crimealytics) January 5, 2021
Trump is pathetic https://t.co/yGobJYwA44
— Colin Hanks (@ColinHanks) January 5, 2021
He is strong like bull https://t.co/QESNNil6Qb
— Jeff Timmer (@jefftimmer) January 5, 2021
My schedule has more specifics than the president's and I'm an improv comedian. https://t.co/vVb8Vue1xP
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