Trump vs. DeSantis & Musk: The Savage Meme That's Shaking Up the Media

Toni Koraza
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Former President Donald Trump is making fun of his top opponent for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination by posting savage memes on Truth Social.

One such meme that caught everyone's attention is, "Failure To Launch."

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently declared his intention to be the Republican contender for president, so it is predictable that Trump would go after him.

However, it was not only DeSantis that Trump has ridiculed but also Elon Musk, who assisted the Florida governor in announcing his campaign on Twitter Spaces last week.

The image shared by Trump soon after 1:00 AM ET shows Musk and DeSantis looking quite dejected. Both appear to be on the edge of crying.

Trump obviously intends to make fun of DeSantis' tech-challenged Twitter campaign announcement, but it's noteworthy that the former president likely now views Musk as an enemy.

The authenticity of the images of DeSantis and Musk in the photo published by Trump is yet to be verified, although they appear to have been produced using artificial intelligence methods.

Trump has previously used phony photographs on Truth Social so that it wouldn't be the first time.

The former president has a history of publishing an AI-generated photo of himself praying back in March, though the creator is unknown.

Trump even has an army of independent video creators who develop content for Twitter that makes fun of DeSantis and President Joe Biden.

It is still unknown who manufactured the false photograph of DeSantis and Musk, though Trump's campaign is likely to have discovered it somewhere online.

Even when he was president, Trump has helped propagate false information for years and genuinely enjoys it.

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