The first day the Trump White House changed the internet was when President Trump tweeted a photo of himself holding up a photo he had taken of himself in Hawaii.
The tweet was one of many Trump had used to make fun of former President Barack Obama’s photo.
The image showed a bald head and a white shirt, and the caption read, “This is what I would look like if I was in Hawaii.”
That image was taken the day after Trump took office and it’s now used as an iconic image for his presidency.
Since then, he’s used it as an avatar for the president, even when he’s been traveling.
In the first week of January, the day before the inauguration, Trump used the image of himself standing on a beach in his hometown of New Jersey to tweet a picture of himself with a “wet beach towel.”
The image is still used by Trump and is still the top trending topic on Twitter.
In his first week in office, Trump also used a photo from a 2016 campaign rally in Texas to mock Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, whom he had criticized.
That tweet was the first time the President tweeted directly about Clinton.