Where the forefathers Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay wrote anonymous essays and Franklin Delano Roosevelt led fireside chats, President Donald Trump's preferred way of communicating directly with his fellow Americans is through tweets.
The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library, pulled together by "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah," is dedicated to some of the 180 to 280 character messages that shook the world (or, at least, the Twitterverse).
True to "The Daily Show's" cheeky style — and clear animus to Trump — organizers promised attendees "the library in DC will feature visual installations and a fully interactive, hands-on experience for hands of all sizes."
The library has already made appearances in several cities and opened on Friday — Trump's birthday. It's open through Sunday.