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Many of us, myself included, thought the new Newsweek cover, depicting Trump in a lazy boy chair eating Cheetos was a clever satire but it, in fact, the news magazines next cover story. “Donald Trump is bored and tired. Imagine how he’d feel if he did any work,” the cover asks, adding that Trump has spent six months in office, including “40 days at golf clubs,” with “zero pieces of major legislation.”

“Donald Trump is bored and tired. Imagine how he’d feel if he did any work,” the cover asks, adding that Trump has spent six months in office, including “40 days at golf clubs,” with “zero pieces of major legislation.”

“Donald Trump is bored and tired. Imagine how he’d feel if he did any work,” the cover asks, adding that Trump has spent six months in office, including “40 days at golf clubs,” with “zero pieces of major legislation.”

Seemingly set in the Oval Office, the cover art depicts a Trump lounging in a recliner, eating Cheetos and drinking Diet Coke and watching television and looking disinterested.

Let the twitter barrage begin.

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