By Kayleigh Roberts published
The Daily Show is getting very creative when it comes to combatting the Trump administration. The show is opening an actual, brick-and-mortar, IRL library to house the president's tweets, which is a pretty great idea, especially considering his tendency to tweet and delete.
According to a press release, the library will be located in New York City, free, and open to the public. But plan your trip quickly because the library won't be open for long.
"The Daily Show Presents: The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library will open in June, and it will be tremendous," the press release reads. "It will be so tremendous that you'll get tired of the tremendousness, so it will then close only a few days later. Sad!"
As The Daily Show press release notes, libraries of presidential documents are nothing new—every president since Franklin D. Roosevelt has had one. Usually, these libraries are curated after the president leaves office, but The Daily Show is giving Trump his library a little (okay a lot) early.
Kayleigh Roberts is the weekend editor at Marie Claire, covering celebrity and entertainment news, from actual royals like Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle to Hollywood royalty, like Katie Holmes and Chrissy Teigen. She’s a Ravenclaw who would do great things in Slytherin. To learn more about her, google “Leslie Knope eating salad GIF.
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