'Museum' dedicated to Trump's love of Twitter set to open
Say what you want about Donald Trump, but there's one fact about him that no one can refute -- he loves Twitter.
"The Daily Show" has decided to dedicate an entire library to the president's love for the social media website.
Yes, really. An actual museum, which will be called the "Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library," will open in New York City in June.
It will be open to the public and completely free -- just like Trump's Twitter.
Few details have been released so far, but the show said in a statement that it will feature "a fully interactive and hands-on experience for hands of all sizes," and will give people an opportunity to "celebrate the many 'unpresidented' moments of President Trump's Twitter history."
Naturally, the museum itself has a Twitter account -- and its tweets are written in the president's style.
It's not an early April Fool's prank, either. A Comedy Central rep told the Los Angeles Times that it's "a real event," with more details forthcoming.
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