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Aside from President Trump holding up a D-Day memorial to do a Fox News interview with the abominable Laura Ingraham with a cemetery backdrop, Trump’s trip overseas was relatively low on comedic value.

So imagine my glee at Trump putting his John Hancock at the very top of this D-Day proclamation, which was also signed by 15 other world leaders:

Of course he wanted his name first, and highest, and very large. This is another autograph to sign, and Trump thinks he’s Mickey Mouse.