Well, here’s something that we didn’t expect reporting on at any point in the near future: A Donald Trump Presidential Twitter library. Well, it’s none the less happening courtesy of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
The Daily Show Presents: The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library is actually going to be a real place that is open for you to visit! As for whether or not you’d want to, that is mostly up to you. The library is located at 3 West 57th Street, and it will be open from June 16-18 starting at 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Eastern.
Do you really have to ask what is featured here? Basically, the show will highlights some of Trump’s “best words” (he does claim to have the best of them), which will probably include a lot of attacks on various people. Also, in our head we pictured a giant neon covfefe sign above everything else, complete with onlookers still trying to figure out what it means.
Will this be funny? Absolutely, but the big question you have to wonder is who is actually going to want to wander around and read some tweets from the Commander-in-Chief. The real appeal here seems more to be wandering around in hopes that Trevor Noah randomly shows up somewhere and gives you a high-five. Trump’s tweets aren’t really a source of happiness beyond those who support him, and there probably aren’t many Trump supporters who actively watch The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
Really, this is far from the first time that some show has taken advantage of Manhattan real estate in order to advertise something / prove a point. Recently, AMC chose to put a pop-up version of Los Pollos Hermanos, the fried-chicken place from Better Call Saul, in the city. The irony there was that apparently, there was no Gus Fring. The same goes for very little in the way of chicken product. It’s a great way to get some attention, but like we said, how popular is this really going to be? We recommend just staying inside and looking at the real thing, if you really are so inclined.
Do you think that this Presidential Twitter library is a fun idea, or just something that is a little too ridiculous for its own good? Share in the comments. (Photo: Comedy Central.)