Tweeters brought the jokes after Donald Trump Jr. appeared to be interviewed by a gigantic chocolate rabbit.
President Donald Trump’s eldest son was campaigning on behalf of GOP congressional candidate Rick Saccone at Sarris Candies in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, on Monday when he was photographed engaged in what looked to be deep conversation with an enormous sweet treat.
Of course, it was just a trick of perspective. Trump Jr. was in fact talking to a reporter, who was standing behind the rabbit.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette staffer Andrew Rush shared the above image to Twitter.
“This is the danger of campaigning at a candy factory,” Rush wrote. The photograph has gone viral and, unsurprisingly, become a funny new meme:
When you definitely didn’t take a meeting to dig up dirt on Marshmallow Peeps pic.twitter.com/9lonlrVBc6— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) March 12, 2018
"Don't bite my head off, I'm just asking a question." https://t.co/GCCG7YNxje— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) March 12, 2018
“If it’s what you say, I love it. Maybe later in the spring.” pic.twitter.com/BhF3nfjcLW— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) March 12, 2018
The new Donnie Darko is gonna be so good. https://t.co/V04rJaeVOs— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) March 12, 2018
The fake news chocolate bunny media elite https://t.co/66b6dQMFhr— Brett LoGiurato (@BrettLoGiurato) March 12, 2018
Donald Trump, Jr. Denies— John Ferguson (@Fearguth) March 13, 2018
Establishing Secret Backchannel with Chocolate Rabbits pic.twitter.com/wHuLFkf0CE
Did #DonaldTrumpJr cut the ears off those chocolate rabbits and mount them on his wall?— Sherri Sup (@SherriSup) March 13, 2018
Gotta get that chocolate bunny vote. pic.twitter.com/21dcB03QF3— Matt’s Idea Shop (@MattsIdeaShop) March 12, 2018
In the next photo, Putin eats his way out of the Trojan bunny pic.twitter.com/Cdcyxjucd7— Ashlee Vance (@valleyhack) March 12, 2018
Trump Jr. also commented on the snap:
The chocolate rabbit gave a hard hitting interview and was delicious afterwards. https://t.co/OGiBFNEIc5— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 12, 2018
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.