11 Memes That Made Us Laugh While We Were Crying Over Trump

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It’s no secret that this week was rough to say the least, but just like with most tragedies people found a way to make us laugh. These are the memes that are keeping us sane during this hard time…

The moment the Mexican President met Donald Trump.



#Paquita2020 anyone?

Even though he wasn’t running, the Internet found a way to draaaaggg Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

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And we’re so here for it.

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Y’all have no chill.

The Internet gave us the ONE time we agree with Melania.

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Even our religious parents found humor in this terrible situation.

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#WWJD? A meme, duh!

But we were all wondering where was La Rosa de Guadalupe when we needed her the most?

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Not even a little airesito.

But when God can’t work his magic, we’re turning to the next most powerful person.


This should be interesting.

And living by the words of this savage queen.

This is a prayer I can get behind.

Oh and let’s not forget about the economy forecast.

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I’m laughing because it hurts.

So RIP to everything that died in 2016.

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Juanga first and now America?! I can feel my heart breaking.

This is how I’m going to cope.

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Don’t judge us.

At the end of the day we still have our humor, nuestro orgullo and the love we have for each other. We’re going to get through this… one meme at a time.

The Responses To This Meme Were Hilarious AND On Point

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This One Tweet Shows How Diverse The U.S. Soccer Team Is Right Now


This One Tweet Shows How Diverse The U.S. Soccer Team Is Right Now

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When you watch the U.S. men’s national team face off against Mexico tonight, you’re going to see many children (and grandchildren) of immigrants on the field. And most of them will be wearing a U.S. jersey. You’re also going to see several players who have roots from all over the globe.

This tweet, fired off hours before the first match of CONCACAF qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, shows just how diverse the U.S. men’s team is at the moment.

Here are the players highlighted in the tweet. There’s Alejandro Bedoya, a Colombian-American born to Colombian immigrants.

Omar Gonzalez, a Mexican-American born to Mexican immigrants.

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Game day!! #USAvCUB #GoldCup2015 #isiphotos

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Jozy Altidore, a Haitian-American born to Haitian immigrants.

Christian Pulisic, the grandson of a Croatian immigrant.

Bobby Wood, the son of an African-American man and Japanese-American woman.

Deandre Yedlin, who is African-American, Native American, Latvian and Jewish.


Jermaine Jones, who was born in Germany to an African-American father and German mother.

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Fabian Johnson, who was born in Germany to an African-American father and German mother.

John Brooks, who was born in Germany to an African-American father and German mother.

Tim Howard, the son of an African-American father and Hungarian immigrant mother.

And finally, Michael Bradley, who was praised in the tweet for wearing a rainbow armband to honor the victims of the Pulse shooting in Orlando.

And that’s just 11 of the 23 players selected for the match. The team will only continue to get more and more diverse over the years, which shows that America is made stronger with diversity, not without it.

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