Former President Donald Trump keeps a small replica statue of himself. It was spotted in a photo, which gives a glimpse into his post-White House life, has revealed.
Trump’s former senior adviser Stephen Miller gave his followers a rare look inside the ex-president’s Mar-a-Lago office, in Florida, when he uploaded the photo on Monday.
The image showed Miller standing next to Trump in his Florida office and captioned the photo: “Just had a terrific meeting with President Trump!”
But, eagle-eyed social media users might have noticed standing on a desk behind Millar was a small statue of President Trump.
This detail was not lost on several others who looked at the photo, with some poking fun at the small figurine.
One user said alongside a zoomed-in photo of the statue and Miller: “I thought he’d be taller than you.”
Another appeared to be shocked by the reveal and added: “Does Trump actually, really for real, honest to gosh have a small statue of himself of the back table there?”
A bottle behind Tump’s desk phone also sparked interest among many on social media, with many speculating it was a Coke drink.
The speculation gained traction after Trump said last week that he would boycott Coca-Cola and other companies that voiced their concerns over Georgia’s controversial new voting rights bill.
Critics of the bill, SB202, said it would suppress voter rights in the state, while proponents claim it targets cases of fraud, despite Georgia officials saying there was no evidence found in the 2020 election.
Other items seen in the office are a chunk of metal used to build the U.S.-Mexico border wall, a key policy of the Trump administration.
Sitting on his desk was a souvenir piece of the border wall, presented to Trump by border Patrol agent Gloria Chavez, during his visit to Calexico in April 2019.
A photo behind Trump’s desk showed what appeared to be the Marine One helicopter flying near Mount Rushmore.
The former president previously joked about adding his face to the iconic monument, including at a rally in Youngstown, Ohio, in July 2017 where he used it to frame an attack on the media.
He said: “I’d ask whether or not you some day think I will be on Mount Rushmore. If I did it joking, totally joking, having fun, the fake news media will say: ‘He believes he should be on Mount Rushmore.’ So I won’t say it.”
Newsweek has contacted the Office of Donald J. Trump for comment.