The best emoji photos from 2016

The best memes of 2016 included a photo of President Donald Trump holding a baby, a tweet from the former secretary of state in a bikini, and a photo featuring the former head of the CIA’s Cyber Command, the former director of the National Security Agency, and the former commander of the U.S. Central Command.

But it wasn’t all smiles.

While memes featuring the president, former vice president Mike Pence, and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn made the cut, many of the most beloved images were also the most personal.

While there were some notable memes that captured Trump’s affection, others were more political.

For instance, a photo depicting Trump with the former president’s head was the most popular meme on Instagram during the 2016 election, with nearly two million likes.

The photo of Pence holding a toddler was the top-grossing meme on Twitter during the election, and Trump’s former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway tweeted a photo with a caption that read, “This is a photo from the @realDonaldTrump camp.

It is a real picture of @POTUS.”

Another popular meme depicted Trump as a “chicken-headed baby.”

Trump’s former deputy chief of staff and personal adviser Roger Stone tweeted a meme of him and a baby on top of a chicken in the White House.

A photo of a child holding a chicken appeared in the Daily Beast, a popular social media publication that covers the news and politics.

Another meme depicted a child with a child’s head in the shape of a Trump campaign sign.

Trump tweeted a selfie of himself with the head of a baby while also sharing the photo on Twitter, a nod to his own birtherism, as well as the fact that his mother was birther.

But there were also more controversial memes.

The most popular was one featuring a child standing on top a pile of money.

In one tweet, Trump captioned the photo, “So I bought a lot of Trump cash.

But I have one question: What’s in the pile?”

Trump’s son, Barron, tweeted a picture of himself holding a stack of money with a question mark beside it.

A picture of a man sitting on a pile with a money symbol next to him was also shared more than half a million times.

The top meme for 2017 included a picture showing a Trump doll wearing a mask, an expression that seemed to suggest he was mentally unstable.

In the same tweet, the president also posted a picture from the 2017 Golden Globes with the caption, “A photo posted by my son Barron Trump that I am very proud of.

He is in the running to win best actor for his performance.

I am honored to be the only child of the Trumps.”

But while there were many political memes, there were no images that captured the president’s love for his children.