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In response to Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s commanding win Tuesday night in the New York primary, the New York Post ran with a provocative cover of the victorious candidate sitting atop the Empire State building, much like the infamous King Kong.
The image portrays the dominating performance Trump enjoyed in winning 89 of the 95 delegates up for grabs.
While Trump supporters were quick to gush over the spread, others couldn’t resist the opportunity to poke fun at the King Kong analogy.
Social media users jumped at the chance to compare Trump to a big ape… but if the goal was simply to sell newspapers, the photo appears to have fulfilled its duty.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— AztlanConnect (@AztlanConnect) April 20, 2016
— Stella Luna (@lunarmagpie) April 20, 2016
— Barbara Sambriski (@bsambriski) April 20, 2016
@nypost Im gonna buy a copy with the historic Trump win! First time for EVERYTHING!!
— Kimberlee Wood (@kimberleewood8) April 20, 2016
— Elizabeth (@ElizabethUSA13) April 20, 2016
— Brian Weidenthaler (@bweidenthaler) April 20, 2016
@nypost so Trump is president of NY now?
— David Lee Roth (@LeoneMatt) April 20, 2016
@nypost Leave it to the post. Hamilton must be rolling over in his grave. It’s hit a new low. Rag not good to line cat litter box.
— OMAR S TAINO (@1stCasanovaFly) April 20, 2016
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