Trump becomes a mad medieval king in this brilliant Twitter parody

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There are many great Twitter parodies of Donald Trump, from “Bridget Trump’s Diary” to “Trump Draws”. 

But one in particular stands out for cultural and historical ingenuity, at least from a UK-centric point of view. 

“Donaeld The Unready” pokes fun at the U.S. president while teaching us precious lessons on Britain’s early medieval age, when the country was divided into the Heptarchy of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. 

As the Twitter description says, Donaeld is “the best medieval King out there” of Mercia, which from the mid-7th century onwards was the most powerful of these kingdoms.  Read more…

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