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Derek Lawrence
February 15, 2017 AT 05:50 PM EST

While Donald Trump wants to “Make America Great Again,” The Daily Show has launched its own initiative: “Make Trump Tweets Eight Again.”

The Trevor Noah-hosted show launched a new site Wednesday, one that takes the president’s tweets and rewrites them in the scribbled handwriting of a child.

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The browser extension, which is available on Google Chrome or Firefox, takes Trump’s various tweets — whether it’s about going to court over the controversial travel ban or Saturday Night Live — and puts a child’s spin on them. A few of the techniques, displayed in the example below, include the dot over a lowercase “I” being a full circle and using colorful print.

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The Daily Show airs on Comedy Central at 11 p.m. ET.

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