The internet has made a viral meme out of mostly everything Trump does, but this latest moment reveals Trump has a habit of rearranging things. Chances are, you probably didn't notice it before but now you can ahead.
This is the weirdest thing I've ever seen pic.twitter.com/EF6Hk3Y3ai— ali segel (@OnlineAlison) March 27, 2017
The 15 second GIF was uploaded by Twitter user OnlineAlison, and has since received more than 14,000 retweets and 23,000 "likes" at press time. While some users were quick to point out that Trump's frequent habit of moving things around is just another way him to show dominance, others tweeted that they believe he might have OCD. Read on to see how the internet reacted to this latest discovery about the POTUS.
This person was confused about what he just saw.
What is happening. https://t.co/rTIRdnUeOO
— Chris E. Hayner (@ChrisHayner) March 28, 2017
One person understood the feeling of needing to declutter your space.
He doesn't like things cluttering his personal space. I totally get this. https://t.co/1iSybQCcH3
— Steve Skojec (@SteveSkojec) March 29, 2017
Another user had a theory about what Trump's habit really means.
Sadly this is the one part of him that actually makes sense. Rearranging things like this makes the person seem more dominant/powerful https://t.co/mp4z6sMAiF
— Chaddi Daddi (@chad_dadlinson) March 29, 2017
One person suspected Trump supporters will see this as a good sign.
A third of the country will see this and think, "See? Even on tables he's constantly fixing things." https://t.co/r7VvEznNp0
— Cody Johnston (@drmistercody) March 29, 2017
Others believe Trump might have a form of OCD.
— Jordan (@eyeofjordan) March 28, 2017
It's a symptom of OCD. Not worth making fun of. https://t.co/ykrw80XhdT
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 28, 2017
Or maybe he has superpowers.
I get the feeling he thinks he's doing this with his mind. https://t.co/tDevpfGdJc
— Andy Wood (@andytwood) March 29, 2017
Either way, now that you've seen it, you won't be able to unsee it.
— Rachel (@RWatkinsPhoto) March 28, 2017