Pete Souza used an old image of former President Barack Obama inside a highway driving simulator to humorously warn President Donald Trump about a potential problem with his proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday.
“Sometimes wheels don’t work. Same with walls,” the former White House photographer captioned the shot, which also referred to Trump’s bizarre incorrect comments about wheels being older than walls during his visit to the border in Texas on Thursday:
It’s the latest in a very long line of Trump-trolling images that Souza has shared from his time covering the Obama administration, which he has also turned into a photographic book titled Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents.
Check out some of his more recent shade-throwing efforts below:
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