Best App Ever? This App Lets You Recreate Donald Trump Holding Up His Executive Orders

'This app will be yuge! It is the best app, nothing but the best app. And you won't pay for it.'


Since taking over as President 12 days ago, Donald Trump has been on an Executive Order signing spree and there’s no shortage of news coverage on the number of toes he has stepped on in the process of “making America great again”.

A Twitter account created recently went viral overnight with its hilarious depictions of the new President’s Executive Orders. Well, what if you also want to create your own cheeky Executive Order and have the Donald show it to the world on your behalf without having to turn to a photo editor? There’s an app for that. And it has the perfect description on the Play Store:

You don’t have this app? Sad.

You don’t need this app? Wrong. You’re wrong.

This app is gonna be uge. It’s gonna be big. It’ll be the biggest app. It’ll be the best app. It is the best app. This app is gonna make the United States of Amemeica great again. It’s gonna be everything.

Donald Draws is a new application that makes it easier for users to create animated images of the American President displaying whatever they want him to display and then share them on social media or save them to their devices in a two-step (three if you count the ad skip) process. Even though a mandatory advert gets in the way, using the app is pretty straight forward: launch it, draw your “executive doodle” by hand or through a text editor, submit and let the app do its magic, all in a matter of seconds.

Here’s my favourite creation (which I know some of you wish was true if only to be able to get away with not spending a small fortune on what is essentially just another ordinary dry February day):

Let’s see what you can come up with.

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Emmanuel writes on mobile hardware, software and platforms.


  1. […] You can’t even forget about the various software that has been made to target Trump’s Twitter account like the Chrome extension made by Washington post or the one made by the Daily Show that turns his tweets to look like they were written by an eight year old and the app that lets you recreate his executive orders. […]

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