Here Are The Internet’s 10 Best ‘Trump Sacrifice’ Twitter Burns

He’s given us so much.

Donald Trump’s controversial and ham-fisted response to the Muslim parents of a fallen U.S. soldier isn’t going away. The Republican presidential nominee has been the source of an avalanche of criticism after defending his own “sacrifices” for the country.

When asked to explain what sacrifices Trump had made for his country, the real estate mogul instead rattled off a list of his personal and business successes, insisting that they were in fact examples of “sacrifices” rather than personal successes enjoyed over the years.

Social media has responded with a number of hilarious, tongue-in-cheek examples of the great sacrifices Trump has made over the years, adding some much needed humor to an otherwise pretty disturbing story. Here are 10 of our favorite tweets chronicling the Donald great, personal sacrifices:

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