Beloved Star Wars icon Mark Hamill joined the list of celebrities that shared their view of an image Donald Trump shared on Twitter,
Trump posted a photoshopped image of his head on the body of Rocky Balboa. Trump tweeted the image on Wednesday. The image of Trump’s head on Sylvester Stallone’s ripped body, left many people questioning if Trump has started celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday early with a little bubbly.
Twitter users were quick to mock Trump’s post. In an attempt to defend his father Donald Trump Jr. mocked Adam Schiff by tweeting a doctored image of him wearing a leotard.
Trump Jr. tweeted: “Not to be outdone, @RepAdamSchiff releases a clearly non-doctored photo of his own!”
Hamill would then retweet Donald Trump Jr’s post along with a collage of unflattering images of Donald Trump asking which one was genuine.
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 27, 2019
One of the images showed Donald Trump’s face on the body of an overweight boxer, another showed Trump’s face merged into an image of Jabba the Hutt.
Another image in the collage shows Trump in the ring wearing a pair of stars-and-stripes boxing shorts. The final image in the collage was a real image of Trump playing golf.
Hamill then compares Donald Trump Jr. to the character Fredo Corleone, who is the weakling son of mob boss Vito Corleone in the “Godfather” films.
“Hey, Fredo- Not to be outdone, can you guess which of these 4 photos was clearly NOT non-doctored?” Hamill tweeted.
Donald Trump has repeatedly used the epithet “Fredo” to attack CNN host Chris Cuomo, who is a vocal critic of Trump’s.
Hamill made a political post earlier in the week about Melania Trump getting booed at a “BeBest” youth convention held to raise opioid awareness. The event was held in Baltimore. Hamill tweeted the hashtag #BooBest, which was widely retweeted.
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 26, 2019
Donald Trump had shared the bizarre photoshopped image shortly after arriving at his private golf resort, Mar-a-Lago, in Florida. The Washington Examiner suggested that the image was referring to a comment that Trump made to his supporters at the Keep America Great rally on Tuesday. During the event, he claimed a doctor had told him during an exam that he had a “gorgeous chest.”