Trump Leaving White House Memes Spread Like Wildfire as the Internet Jokes About President's Departure

President Donald Trump's unhinged reaction to the ongoing election results has sparked memes and parodies as the internet begins to imagine him leaving the White House in January.

In a press conference late on Thursday, Trump repeatedly made false claims about voter fraud and corruption, so much so that multiple news networks cut away from his speech. On Twitter, he again falsely declared his victory in a tweet that was flagged for being misleading.

Trump's unconventional behavior over the past few days has prompted social media users to share memes and parody videos that imagine how he may react when told he has to leave the White House.

Usama Wajid shared the "Donny Goes to School" sketch from Comedy Central, which sees an actor playing Vice President Mike Pence trying to get an actor playing Trump to leave a playgroup with children, suggesting that Trump's behavior in the sketch reflects how Trump may behave.

In the sketch, when Pence tells the president they have to leave, Trump, who is bouncing on a space hopper, throws a tantrum, rolling around on the ground shouting "I don't want to go!"

Pence tells him to "give the ball to someone else," and ends up dragging the crying president out of the room.

Trump: I don't want to go from white house.
But sir you have to.. 😂🤣🤣#TrumpMeltdown #USElection2020 #USAelection2020 #USElectionResults #USElections2020 #USAelection2020

— Usama Wajid (@UsamaWajid22) November 6, 2020

Lil Nas X shared the Miley Saying Goodbye meme, taken from when Miley Cyrus' character in Hannah Montana leaves her home for the last time and said: "donald trump leaving the white house," in a tweet liked by Cyrus herself.

donald trump leaving the white house

— nope (@LilNasX) November 5, 2020

Marina shared a meme of herself twirling in a gown before elegantly reaching out her hand and said: "Jill Biden when she asks Melania to hand over the keys to the White House."

Jill Biden when she asks Melania to hand over the keys to the White House.

— Marina (@MarinaDiamandis) November 5, 2020

March 4 Our Lives founder David Hogg shared a gif of Spongebob Squarepants standing in a room on fire and trying to blow out the flames and said: "White House staff at the moment"

White House staff at the moment

— David Hogg 📢 (@davidhogg111) November 5, 2020

Brett Banditelli shared the "Hitler's Downfall Parodies" meme, comparing the clip to how Trump must be reacting behind the scenes.

The scene, taken from Der Untergang (2004), a German WWII drama about the last ten days of Adolf Hitler's life in his underground bunker in Berlin, has been parodied online for 14 years.

This time, the video has been subtitled to suggest how Trump is reacting to the news of the election results, his plan to stop counting the votes, and his meltdown at the fact that votes continue to be counted. The video even features the line: "If we only counted Republican votes... I'd be unstoppable," and has been viewed more than five million times.

Luckily someone got video

— Brett Banditelli is tired but somehow working (@banditelli) November 5, 2020

One Twitter user shared the scene of Charles dragging Helen out of the house from Diary of a Mad Black Woman and said "Secret Service dragging Trump out the White House in January."

Secret Service dragging Trump out the White House in January:

— ʎʞɔnl (@CELE6RITY) November 4, 2020

Although not every vote has been counted and the results are not yet final, after witnessing Trump's behavior since Election Day, social media users can't be blamed for anticipating what may be to come.

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President Donald Trump discusses the potential impact of Hurricane Michael during a meeting with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and FEMA Administrator Brock Long in the Oval Office of the White House on October 10, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Trump's bizarre reaction to the election results has sparked memes and parodies as social media users imagine the president leaving the White House. Getty/Win McNamee