82 Stupid Things From The Trump Era You Probably Forgot AboutThe sun may have set on Trump's presidency, but we'll always remember the time he stared into it during an eclipse.By by David MackBuzzFeed News Reporter and by Brandon WallBuzzFeed News ReporterUpdated on January 20, 2021, 7:56 pmPosted on January 19, 2021, 3:15 pmTwitterFacebookLink 1. When he got to sit in a Big Boy Truck. Jim Watson / Getty Images 2. When he stared into the sun during an eclipse. Nicholas Kamm / Getty Images 3. When he touched The Orb. Bandar Algaloud / Saudi Royal Council / Handout / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images 4. When he called Lil Pump "Little Pimp." Carlos Osorio / AP 5. When he marveled that "nobody knew that healthcare could be so complicated." Aude Guerrucci-Pool / Getty Images 6. When the German government released this photo of world leaders fed up with him. Handout / Getty Images 7. When he addressed thousands of Boy Scouts with a rambling political speech about cocktail parties and rich people having sex on boats. Saul Loeb / AFP via Getty Images 8. When he told scientists that they might kill the coronavirus by finding a way to inject people with light or disinfectants. Chris Delmas / Getty Images 9. When he served college football players a fast-food feast during a government shutdown and posed for this photo. Shealah Craighead / White House 10. When he speculated that anti–police brutality protesters were throwing bags of soup. Popphoto2526 / Getty Images 11. When he told a hurricane victim whose yard became the landing spot for someone’s unmoored yacht, "At least you got a nice boat out of the deal." Nicholas Kamm / Getty Images 12. When he met with people affected by mass shootings at schools and had a note reminding himself to say "I hear you." Carolyn Kaster / AP 13. When he told reporters his coronavirus test came back "positively toward the negative." Mandel Ngan / Getty Images 14. When he was hospitalized with COVID-19 and released photographs of himself working in which he appeared to be signing blank pieces of paper with a marker. Joyce N. Boghosian / The White House via Getty Images 15. When he briefly left the hospital to hold a COVID parade and greet supporters. Alex Edelman / Getty Images 16. When he met the lawn mower boy. Afp Contributor / Getty Images 17. When he sat at the tiny desk. White House 18. When he hugged and kissed the flag. Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images 19. When he said he was waiting for "EASY D." Saul Loeb / Getty Images 20. When he congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his reelection despite being advised in a State Department memo, "DO NOT CONGRATULATE." Universal History Archive 21. When he tossed paper towels to hurricane victims like he was giving out T-shirts at a basketball game. Mandel Ngan / AFP via Getty Images 22. When he tweeted the word "covfefe" in the middle of the night. Nurphoto / Getty Images 23. When he said he met with the "Prince of Whales." Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images 24. When he walked in front of the Queen and she made this face. Richard Pohle / WPA Pool / Getty Images 25. When he pronounced the national park "Yosemite" as "Yo-Semite." Drew Angerer / Getty Images 26. When he drew on a hurricane map with a Sharpie. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images 27. When he said a hurricane was "one of the wettest we've ever seen, from the standpoint of water." Alex Wong / Getty Images 28. When he boarded Air Force One on a windy day. Nicholas Kamm / Getty Images 29. When he feuded with the musical Hamilton. Bebeto Matthews / AP 30. When he feuded with Meryl Streep. Handout / Getty Images 31. When he feuded with Robert De Niro. Kevin Mazur / Getty Images 32. When he feuded with Jay-Z. Andy Willsher / Redferns 33. When he feuded with LeBron James. Carmen Mandato / Getty Images 34. When he feuded with Meghan Markle. Max Mumby / Getty Images 35. When he feuded with the movie Parasite. Albert L. Ortega / Getty Images 36. When he feuded with a literal child. Nicholas Kamm / Getty Images 37. When he saluted a North Korean general. North Korean State TV / Via Twitter: @willripleyCNN 38. When he bragged about his cognitive abilities by repeating the phrase "person, woman, man, camera, TV." Fox News 39. When he made Mitt Romney pose for this surprise photo. Drew Angerer / Getty Images 40. When he complained for years about the water pressure in toilets. Steve Taylor / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images 41. When he complained for years about windmills (falsely) killing birds, knocking out TV reception, and causing cancer. John Trump / Getty Images 42. When he had tape on his tie. Timothy A. Clary / Getty Images 43. When he met with Kanye West. Timothy A. Clary / Getty Images 44. When he met with Kanye West another time. Consolidated News Pictures / Getty Images 45. When he released a photo of himself pretending to write his inauguration speech. White House 46. When he lied *to the CIA* about the number of people at his inauguration. Bill OLeary /The Washington Post via Getty Images 47. When he apparently didn't get the memo about not smiling in this picture with the pope. Evan Vucci, Pool / AP 48. When he talked about how he had bombed Syria while eating "the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen." Rebeca Mello / Getty Images 49. When he didn't seem to like a French military band's cover of Daft Punk. Élysée / Via Facebook: watch 50. When he talked about "local milk people." Rapeepong Puttakumwong / Getty Images 51. When he said he met with the president of the Virgin Islands (which is him). Mark Wilson / Getty Images 52. When he dumped his fish food. Jonathan Ernst / Reuters 53. When he did this handshake. Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images 54. When he was thirsty. Jim Lo Scalzo / Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock 55. When he asked a kid on Christmas Eve if they were "still a believer in Santa." Saul Loeb / Getty Images 56. When he took credit for no planes crashing. Mandel Ngan / Getty Images 57. When he said he was "like, really smart" and a "very stable genius." The Washington Post / The Washington Post via Getty Im 58. When he brushed dandruff off the French president's shoulder in front of the global media. Ludovic Marin / Getty Images 59. When he said he was too busy to get his wife a birthday gift. Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images 60. When he showed up late to a meeting on women's empowerment. Yves Herman / Reuters 61. When he showed Kim Jong Un a fake movie trailer starring the two of them bringing about world peace. YouTube 62. When he fell for a prank phone call. The Washington Post / The Washington Post via Getty Im 63. When he played catch and looked genuinely happy. Evan Vucci / AP 64. When he played catch and looked genuinely unhappy. Drew Angerer / Getty Images 65. When he boasted about his administration and the entire UN General Assembly laughed at him. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images 66. When he was asked what he was thankful for at Thanksgiving and he said himself. Mandel Ngan / Getty Images 67. When he got dunked on by a cathedral. Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images 68. When he held a press conference on the coronavirus and touched seven people. AP 69. When he made a 69 joke (Nice). Saul Loeb / Getty Images 70. When he wanted to buy Greenland and it caused a diplomatic crisis when Denmark refused to sell. Reda&co / REDA&CO/Universal Images Group v 71. When he said he would build a border wall in Colorado. Oliver Contreras-Pool / Getty Images 72. When he said the moon was part of Mars. Irham Ghani Rizki / Getty Images 73. When he said we need to rake forests to prevent fires. Brendan Smialowski / Getty Images 74. When he said revolutionary forces "took over the airports" during the American War of Independence in the 18th century. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images 75. When he seemed to think F-35 fighter jets were actually invisible. Eric Baradat / Getty Images 76. When he suggested nuking hurricanes. Roberto Schmidt / Getty Images 77. When he kept tearing up documents and staffers had to tape them back together. Mandel Ngan / Getty Images 78. When he shoved another world leader out of the way so he could be in the front of a photo. / AP 79. When he called Tim Cook "Tim Apple." Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images 80. When he defended his ability to walk down a ramp. Sue Ogrocki / AP 81. When he needed help to walk down a ramp. Anthony Behar / Sipa USA via AP 82. When the tan wasn't quite right. White House Photos @photowhitehouse @realDonaldTrump returns to the White House from Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo by William Moon at the South Lawn of the White House on February 7, 2020 10:30 PM - 07 Feb 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @photowhitehouse h/t Jules Suzdaltsev for the inspiration. David MackBuzzFeed News ReporterDavid Mack is a senior breaking news reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York. Contact David Mack at firstname.lastname@example.org.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereBrandon WallBuzzFeed News ReporterBrandon Wall is the global news curation director for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.Contact Brandon Wall at email@example.com.