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‘His perfect D cups’: Internet collectively gags at Trump bragging about his ‘gorgeous chest’

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President Donald Trump’s Florida rally on Tuesday had a number of bizarre moments, but one was the president bragging about his “gorgeous chest.”

After the president led a room full of conservative Christian voters chanting “bullsh*t” at the top of their lungs, he brought up the recent trip to Walter Reed for “tests.” He noted that there was a conspiracy theory going around that he had a heart attack, which he debunked by explaining he has a “gorgeous chest.”

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He then welcomed Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and talked about his chest: “It is all muscle!”

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It’s unknown if Alec Baldwin will be removing his shirt on “Saturday Night Live” this week, but it’s entirely possible.

It was enough to send the internet into hysterics:

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