The inventory made by Politico – To make an inventory of the objects arranged by Donald Trump in his new study is Politico, who takes his cue from a photo posted on Twitter by one of his closest collaborators, Stephen Miller (Trump no longer has his own Twitter profile). Mount Rushmore, in South Dakota, symbolizes the former president’s battle to defend the fathers of the fatherland, even the most controversial ones, endangered according to him by the “cancel culture” of the extremist left. The wall is also the most significant symbol of his four years of hard line on immigration.
The embarrassing white sheet, Coca Cola and its statuette – Then the Wall Street Journal, to remember the unbridled run of the New York Stock Exchange during his presidency, especially before the outbreak of the pandemic. And then two objects that have sparked ironies on social media. The first is a bottle of Diete Coke that can be glimpsed (perhaps in the ill-concealed attempt to hide it) behind the telephone on the desk, in spite of Trump’s appeal to boycott the criminal multinational for having spoken out against the close on the vote of the state of Georgia. And then on a piece of furniture behind him a statuette depicting a miniature Trump: not a few posts that recall the joke on the small hands of Donald Trump, a joke that made him very angry. Finally, on the desk, under the hands of the former president of the documents which, however, looking closely, are nothing more than white sheets.