Artist attaches Trump's quotes about women to sexist 1950s ads and they fit too well.

Artist attaches Trump's quotes about women to sexist 1950s ads and they fit too well.
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An artist who goes by the name "Saint Hoax" has replaced the headlines from a bunch of 1950s and 1960s advertisements with actual comments our current president has made about women, as part of a series called "Make America Misogynist Again."

Artist attaches Trump's quotes about women to sexist 1950s ads and they fit too well.
"The visual is from an advertisement published in 1951.

Frighteningly and not-at-all-surprisingly, the sexist quotes fit nearly perfectly with the vintage ads, revealing a fact about our president: he would have done great as a copywriter at Sterling Cooper in the '50s.

But it's not the '50s. It's 2017 and he's not an ad man: he's our president.

"The headlines and visuals strongly complement each other, although there's almost a 30-year gap between them," wrote Saint Hoax.

You can see the full series here:

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These would be hilarious if they weren't so horrifyingly real.

Someone get Peggy Olson on the phone. We need her. ASAP.

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