At a recent rally in Texas Donald trump studiously tried to convince a gathering of supporters that Ukraine was “not sick”. Saying a short but passionate speech, he looked at leaf signature presidential Notepad, refreshing memory prepared in advance phrase speech. The ubiquitous reporter, of course, captured the crib of the head of state and took a picture of the text written in overly large letters:
“I don’t need nothing I need nothing I don’t want any services for services. Just advised Zelensky to do the right thing. And this is the last word of the President of the United States“.
It seems that his words sunk into the soul of the social network users, says The Guardian: they began to shift the text of the presidential speech… to music, and post funny clips online.
Twitter user Alex Kliment created the clip “return the favour” based on the famous 70-ies of the compositions of the punk band The Ramones and even made sure that the President in this video he opens his mouth synchronously with the music:
Watch video Parody No. 1
Nick Lutsko someone tweeted a musical version of the speech Donald trump in the style of “emo”, providing the perfect combination of picture with sound:
Watch video Parody No. 2
Musician Panda Plane offered its own variant – on the basis of the composition of the frontman of the band The Smiths. And this parody was good:
Watch the video – a Parody of No. 3
No less curious lyrical version published and RuPaul Giamatti:
Watch video Parody No. 4
So frankly sad song about Ukraine “Service for service” went to the people and today the fun of Internet users…