Trump tweets photo of his head on shirtless Rocky Balboa's body
President Trump's latest tweet is sparking confusion, criticism and a whole lot of jokes.
The president posted a Photoshopped photo of his head on Sylvester Stallone's body from the classic film "Rocky" with no caption, context or follow-up explanation.
The tweet came out as the president was reportedly playing golf at his Florida Club while on Thanksgiving vacation at Mar-a-Lago, according to the New York Post.
The Washington Examiner speculated the post could be in reference to his Tuesday "Keep America Great" rally, where Trump told supporters that doctors told him to "show us that gorgeous chest" during his latest visit to Walter Reed hospital.
"We want to see it," he claimed doctors said. "We've never seen a chest quite like it."
The president faced a wave of responses on Twitter. Some people made jokes, comparing the photo to online dating when people look nothing like their photo in real life.
But most people didn't know how to respond to the doctored image. One person on Twitter called it "both sad and funny on a whole new level."
Katie Couric even responded saying, "I have no words."
Neither Trump nor the White House has given any explanation as to why he tweeted the photo or what it all means.