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What!?! See the unbelievable Donald Trump emojis on Facebook

What!?! See the unbelievable Donald Trump emojis on Facebook
photo courtesy of Reaction Packs

"Facebook Reactions. ... You're fired." At least that's what I imagine the new Donald Trump reaction pack said to Facebook's new reaction faces.

Just a few weeks ago, the social network launched Facebook Reactions, better known as new emoji and smiley faces such as Love, Haha, Wow, Sad and Angry to join the long-standing "Like" button. But apparently, that wasn't good enough for the masses.

There's a new site where you can replace Facebook's six different Reactions with none other than Donald Trump emojis for Like, Love, Haha, Wow, Sad and Angry.

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But Trump isn't the only political person you can change your Reactions to. There's also Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, cartoon characters Rick & Morty, cute smiley faces and even Pokemon.

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You can get the Chrome and Firefox extensions for yourself, all you need to do is download the extension, which only takes a few clicks, then head to ReactionPacks.com and download your choice.

Once that's done, head to Facebook and you'll notice that where you would normally see the "Likes", you'll see Trump's face (or whatever reaction pack you pick), either smiling at you, or looking pretty angry.

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If you've added these Reactions but decide it's not something you want, you can easily remove it from your browser. Just right click on the icon and select "Remove from Chrome" or "Remove from Firefox" and they're gone.

What's your reaction to these Trump emojis making their way to Facebook? Sound off in the comments below.

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Source: Mashable
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