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Donald Trump Rages About the Unflattering Photos 'Fox and Friends' Use Of Him

By Dustin Rowles | TV | August 18, 2023 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | August 18, 2023 |


“They purposely show the absolutely worst pictures of me, especially the big ‘orange’ one with my chin pulled way back. They think they are getting away with something, they’re not. Just like 2016 all over again … And then they want me to debate!,” Donald Trump raved on Truth Social this week.

I know why you clicked on this post, too. Because you wanted to see exactly which unflattering photos that Fox and Friends were using. Or at least, the schadenfreude part of your brain thought you wanted to see those unflattering photos. In reality, we know you’ll wish you hadn’t. Seeing a photo of Donald Trump — no matter how unflattering — will not spark joy in your heart. It will just roil your stomach. There’s not a photo in the world unflattering enough to capture what a hideous, repulsive, evil man he is. You know what an unflattering photo of Trump looks like. You’ve seen them all. We don’t need to add to them.

So instead, I will offer you photos from Fargo season five, which will launch on November 21st. Here’s Juno Temple:


Here’s Jon Hamm in a cowboy hat, which is better than any unflattering Trump photo you could imagine.


Joe Keery from Stranger Things is almost unrecognizable.


Whoa! Is that Dave Foley as a villain? Inspired casting.


Here’s Jennifer Jason Leigh.


Richa Moorjani plays a cop. Tell me you’d rather see an unflattering photo of Trump! I didn’t think so!


Here’s your logline, via Deadline:

After an unexpected series of events lands Dorothy “Dot” Lyon (Juno Temple) in hot water with the authorities, this seemingly typical Midwestern housewife suddenly is plunged back into a life she thought she had left behind.

North Dakota Sheriff Roy Tillman (Jon Hamm) has been searching for Dot for a long time. A rancher, preacher and a constitutional lawman, Roy believes that he is the law and therefore is above the law.

At his side is his loyal but feckless son, Gator (Joe Keery), who is desperate to prove himself to his larger-than-life father. Too bad he’s hopeless. So when it comes to hunting Dot, Roy enlists Ole Munch (Sam Spruell), a shadowy drifter of mysterious origin.

With her deepest secrets beginning to unravel, Dot attempts to shield her family from her past, but her doting, well-meaning husband Wayne (David Rysdahl) keeps running to his mother, Lorraine Lyon (Jennifer Jason Leigh), for help. CEO of the largest debt collection agency in the country, the “Queen of Debt” is unimpressed with her son’s choice in a wife and spares no opportunity to voice her disapproval.

However, when Dot’s unusual behavior catches the attention of Minnesota Police Deputy Indira Olmstead (Richa Moorjani) and North Dakota Deputy Witt Farr (Lamorne Morris), Lorraine appoints her in-house counsel and primary adviser, Danish Graves (Dave Foley), to aid her daughter-in-law. After all, family is family. But Dot has an uncanny knack for survival. And with her back to the wall, she’s about to show why one should never provoke a mother Lyon.

Aren’t you glad I didn’t actually subject you to any Trump photos now? You’re welcome!