In response to Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s public testimony last week—and growing evidence for a quid pro quo—Trump addressed White House reporters on Wednesday, using a handwritten note on Air Force One letterhead that read like a song written by a heartbroken lover. “I WANT NOTHING I WANT NOTHING,” one page read. “I WANT NO QUID PRO. TELL ZELENSKY TO DO THE RIGHT THING. THIS IS THE FINAL WORD FROM THE PRES OF THE U.S.”
The note has gone viral because, well, it’s absurd, but also because of Trump’s unique handwriting style. It’s a bit Comic Sans MS-meets-Helvetica-meets-the Disney logo font.
In case you want to write like Trump—or send a nice and unforgettable card for the holidays—here’s a tiny hack: You can now write your own note with Trump’s handwriting-style, using this website. Just write your note, click “Download the poster,” and you will have your very own Trump-memo, signed as Trump did with his.
Jones Knowles Ritchie, the design agency responsible for the website, also created a download function, so you can download Trump’s handwriting as a font and use it whenever you like—in emails, in Word documents … the options are endless.