Trump Posts Fake Photo Of Mike Tyson And Thanks Him

Donald Trump tipped his hat to Mike Tyson on Wednesday as he shared a fake photo that appeared to show the boxer expressing his support for the former president.

Trump, in a post on his Truth Social platform, shared the phony picture that featured Tyson rocking a shirt that reads “If You Don’t Like Trump Then You Probably Won’t Like Me... And I’m OK With That.”

“Thank you Mike!” Trump wrote.

But the boxing icon, who reportedly is “doing great” after suffering a medical emergency on Sunday, has never posted a picture of him wearing such a shirt.

The picture Trump shared is an altered screenshot from a video Tyson posted in March that shows the boxer wearing a “Sign the contract, big boy” tee — apparel he’s selling ahead of his match against Jake Paul in July.

Trump has maintained a friendship with Tyson over the years as Trump notably came tohis defense after the boxer was convicted of rape in 1992.

Tyson would later endorse Trump for president on HuffPost Live in 2015, telling the New York Post that he “knows what it’s like when everybody is out to get you.”

The former president — whose campaign has reportedly expressed interest in Tyson interviewing him — sat in the front row with the boxer, Kid Rock and Dana White during UFC 287 in Miami last year.

When Tyson was asked the next month on the PBD Podcast about appearing alongside Trump, he told Patrick Bet-David that he’s “never had a bad moment” with the former president and recently had dinner with him at his Mar-a-Lago estate.