World A beer company that dubs itself “Scotland’s Favourite pint” is inviting President Donald Trump to drink one of its “tiny cans for tiny hands,” making fun of his physical features. Related: President Will Avoid ‘Baby Trump’ Blimp, London Protests During U.K. Visit “Hey @realDonaldTrump There’s been a bit of a heatwave in Scotland recently, so if you get thirsty while you’re here…” Tennent’s Lager tweeted on Thursday morning, ahead of Trump’s visit to Scotland on Friday. Recommended Slideshows 76 In Pictures: The 75 Most Powerful Military Forces in the World 61 Every World Press Photo Winner Ever: 60 Images That Define Our World 51 The World’s Most Expensive Cities for a Cup of Coffee The tweet included an image of the new 330-milliliter can with an American flag out of focus in the background and a tiny hand reaching for the can from an oversized suit sleeve. Trump has said his hand size is normal, but The Hollywood Reporter in 2016 measured a bronze cast of his hand at the Madame Tussauds wax museum and found it to be 7.25 inches. The average American male’s hand is 7.61 inches, meaning Trump’s hand is in the 15th percentile mark, and smaller… Read full this story
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