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Trump is giving a speech in front of a massive garbage pile and the internet can’t stop laughing

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Donald Trump is giving a big speech on trade in Pennsylvania today, but all anyone on Twitter is talking about is the backdrop.

For some reason, someone thought it would be a great idea to have Trump deliver his address in front of a giant pile of garbage. Literally, look at the photos: He’s talking in front of a trash heap.

Twitter users from both the left and right predictably pounced:

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https://twitter.com/owillis/status/747859431799554048

https://twitter.com/Rob_Flaherty/status/747858001520922624

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https://twitter.com/SonnyBunch/status/747861377851744256

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