“Happy Easter,” that’s how one user responded to an image of President Donald Trump and the Easter Bunny.

The image was posted by a user on the message board Reddit, which hosts a message board where users discuss memes and memes from the past and present.

In the image, Trump is smiling and the Bunny is smiling in the background.

The picture has been shared more than 1,000 times on Reddit.

The photo was captioned, “Happy E.E.M. day!

Hope your Easter is going well.

I’ve always loved the bunny.”

The photo also included the message, “Easter is the day when you wake up to a new day, a new life and a new world.”

Reddit user ikon posted the image in response to an Easter Egg Hunt post, which said: “Happy _______Easter!”

Another Reddit user shared the image and captioned it, “The Easter Bunny and the President of the United States!

This one is a total classic.”

“Happy easter!” another user responded.

The user who created the post, ikono, told CBS News that he started making memes of Trump after his election win in 2016.

ikonthed that he was making a picture of Trump for a poster contest in early January.

“I’m just so proud to make memes of the President and the first lady.

I can’t wait to see what other people make,” ikot told CBS.

“The more people get to see this, the more I think it will inspire people,” igot added.

igott said he is also working on a picture to promote his upcoming film, “Catch Me If You Can,” which was filmed in January and premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in March.


An interview with igotta about his new film, which is based on his book, “Darkness of Night,” which he co-wrote, was published by the New York Times on Monday.

In the interview, igoti talked about how his movie will deal with the border crisis that erupted in Texas and Arizona in March and the impact that immigration and border security have had on the economy and the United State.

The film is directed by David Zappone, who wrote and starred in the 2014 movie “Logan Lucky,” which won the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Zappone is now producing the film with his son, Justin, who also co-produced the film.

This is not the first time igotti has worked on a film.

The director also worked on the documentary “Dreadnought: A True Story of America’s Greatest Military Campaign.”

“Darkness Of Night” will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 22.