Twitter users mock South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem's weird holiday photo selection.
His image of the former president flying over Mount Rushmore didn't go over so big on Twitter.
The South Dakota governor and Trump administration had worked toward a deal but the National Park Service said no amid safety concerns and tribal objections.
The event is deemed too dangerous due to potential park damage, wildfire risks and COVID-19. Gov. Kristi Noem vows to fight the decision.
The president may be out of tweets, but he's still getting the verbal equivalent of the bird.
"Which of the following does NOT belong?" one user cracked.
Trevor Noah, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Fallon roasted the president for his reported desire to get his face on the monument.
President Donald Trump has joked about wanting to be on Mount Rushmore, however South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem tried to make his dream come true.
Trump wasn't joking when he told South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem he wanted his face on Mount Rushmore, she said.
"He used OUR Independence Day to tell a majority of our country that we are not welcome here in America," snapped one.