While most of the world's focus thus far has been on what there is to fear about Trump being president, a recent trend has hit the Twittersphere, defined by the hashtag "#StuffTrumpIsAfraidOf".

I stumbled across it while scrolling through Twitter in class one day, and as soon as I clicked the first tweet, I was hooked. Once again, the Twitter trolls have managed to bring some much-needed entertainment to the social media space during a time of political uncertainty.

To you, Trump may be the root of all evil, or he may be the light shining at the end of a thus-far long, dark political tunnel. No matter what side of the political spectrum you identify with, you have to admit, these memes about him never fail to entertain.

With the news that Trump will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Dinner, it seems as though the Twitter trolls have taken it upon themselves to host their own Presidential roast. 

Typically, the White House Correspondents' Dinner is a night of good fun and great laughs. The President usually takes the stage and makes a joke of himself, later allowing himself to be roasted by a hosting comedian. 

At last year's dinner, Obama famously dropped the mic after throwing in some jabs at Trump. For lots of people, having a president who can make fun of himself in a light-hearted way is pretty important. And Obama never ceases to disappoint. 

Because President Trump has such a hostile relationship with media outlets such as The New York Times and CNN, it came as a surprise that he wouldn't be able to put aside their differences for one dinner. 

Nevertheless, I present to you...


Obviously, no list would be complete without some sort of mention about Trump's hair.

People also can't get enough of Trump's vision of the American dream.

After all, Trump has made it clear that if Ivanka wasn't his daughter, he'd probably be dating her!

POTUS 44 >>>.

Take it from @RoguePOTUStaff that there's no way in hell Trump can live with tan lines. Can we even call them that if he's orange??

Nuff said.

The truth certainly hurts. So does fake news.  

This should seriously be considered. Imagine the White House Correspondence Dinner being hosted by Alec Baldwin as Trump?!

It'll be interesting to see in the next few weeks if Trump decides to attend the Correspondence Dinner. After all, his approval ratings are in free fall and his relationship with the media is virtually non-existent.

On the bright side, at least we've got a solid roster of memes to get us through the next four years. Prez, consider yourself roasted.