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Twitter users were quick to take to social media to share memes mocking President Donald  for holding a placard during a bizarre 46-minute video that he posted on Facebook where he called for the election to be 'overturned' and admitted his remarks would be 'disparaged'.

spoke before cameras from the White House, with repeated and awkward cuts by editors and while holding up visual aids for the audience. 

'Even what I’m saying now will be demeaned and disparaged,' he predicted as he laid out claim after claim, including several that have been put forward by his legal team and been debunked.

said it 'may be the most important speech I've ever made' – then got to work trying to make the case that the election was fraudulent, that the results should be overturned in multiple states where President-elect Joe Biden got more votes than he did, and urged the Supreme Court to intervene.  

But it wasn't 's claims that sent Twitter into a frenzy, it was his use of placards.  

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Twitter users were quick to take to social media to share memes mocking President Donald Trump for holding visual graphics during a bizarre 46-minute video that he posted on Facebook where he called for the election to be 'overturned'

Twitter users were quick to take to social media to share memes mocking President Donald for holding visual graphics during a bizarre 46-minute video that he posted on Facebook where he called for the election to be 'overturned'

One person shared a meme that read: 'Extremely strong pardon for sale.' Those particular tweets were referring to reports that Trump has been in discussion with his advisers about pardons for his eldest children, Ivanka, Eric and Don Jr

One person shared a meme that read: 'Extremely strong pardon for sale.' Those particular tweets were referring to reports that has been in discussion with his advisers about pardons for his eldest children, Ivanka, Eric and Don Jr

One person shared a meme that read: 'Extremely strong pardon for sale.'

Another showed holding a sign that read: 'Will work for pardons.' 

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'I will only give these to my kids and a few generous donors,' another meme showed with holding a Monopoly 'Get our of Jail Free' card. 

Those particular tweets were referring to reports that has been in discussion with his advisers about pardons for his eldest children, Ivanka, Eric and Don Jr. 

He is also said to have talked about pardons for his son-in-law and White House adviser, Jared Kushner, and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. 

Other memes took aim at the fact that has yet to concede to Biden. 

One tweet read, 'I concede' while another said: 'I lost.'  

Another placard reads: 'How many retweets for 4 more years?' 

Trump is also said to have talked about pardons for his son-in-law and White House adviser, Jared Kushner, and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani

is also said to have talked about pardons for his son-in-law and White House adviser, Jared Kushner, and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani

At one point, he held up a chart purporting to show a scheme to steal an election, but a spike in votes he pointed to has been identified as Milwaukee County votes being counted once they came in. Biden performed well there, as have past Democratic candidates going back years.

He made repeated claims of fraud, dead people voting, mysterious anomalies in voting machines, and alleged corruption in big cities with Democratic votes that went for Biden – despite his attorney general and a raft of judges not accepting claims of widespread fraud 

'This election was rigged. Everyone knows it. I don't mind if I lose an election, but I want to lose an election fair and square. What I don’t want to do

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