Trump Gets Googlebombed In Google Images As Idiot

Jul 20, 2018 - 7:14 am 5 by

Trump Googlebomb

You cannot be a president in the Google era without getting multiple Googlebombs throughout your service. This time, it is Trump who got Googlebombed again, for the search term [idiot] in Google Image search. Try it, you search for [idiot] and most of the photos you get are images of Donald Trump.

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The problem, as explained by Chris Sherman was first a big issue in the George Bush era in December 2003 when you Googled [miserable failure] you would get the bio on the site of George Bush, the president at that time:

Miserable Failure

Google fixed Googlebombs, or they thought, in 2007. But then in 2009, Barack Obama ranked for [who is a failure] in Google as well.

Who Is A Failure

Let's not forget the racist images of Michelle Obama in November 2009 that Google placed an ad for explaining the issues there.

Michelle Obama Racist Image

Heck, even Google Maps gets Googlebombed.

So today, in 2018, the internet can still Googlebomb the President of the United States - isn't that just awesome?

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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