Love Island’s Rykard Jenkins shocked to discover his picture was used to promote Donald Trump’s presidential campaign

Love Island’s Rykard Jenkins shocked to discover his picture was used to promote Donald Trump’s presidential campaign

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LOVE Island’s Rykard Jenkins beams in a pic used for President Donald’s Trump re-election bid without his consent.

The 2016 series star found his image with a Trump 2020 hat superimposed to promote merchandise.

Rykard Jenkins was surprised to discover that his picture had been used to promote Donald Trump merchandise
He came across an image of himself with a Trump 2020 hat superimposed

The hunk, who also starred in ITV2’s Ibiza Weekender, wrote on Instagram: “Woke up this morning to know I’m the face of the @realdonaldtrump 2020 campaign? #OnlyInAmerica.”

He shared the original photo of him posing by the London Eye in a red MAGA-style baseball cap with the letters FXB on it.

When a fan on Twitter advised him to consult legal advice, Rykard replied: “Haha! Tbh I’ll be happy for a free week in Trump Tower.”

The Ibiza Weekender hunk found the incident funny but some fans said he should seek legal advice as the snaps were used without consent

The US President recently set tongues wagging when he tweeted a ‘2024’ meme, leading followers to suspect that he will run for a third time despite the strict two-term limit.

The image showed a poster decorated in his campaign’s usual white and red colours and read ‘Keep America Great! 2024’ written beneath the word TRUMP.

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Donald Trump hinted that he intends to run for US President for a third term – against current rules[/caption]


US presidents are currently limited to just two elected terms by the 22nd Amendment, which was ratified in the 1950s.

Under the strict laws, they are allowed to serve, at most, two years of another president’s term for a total of 10 years.

The tweet was the third time in two days that Trump has hinted he may want to extend his presidency beyond two terms.

The tweet hints the president is seeking a third term in office
He shared an image on Twitter that showed a poster decorated in his campaign’s usual white and red colours and read ‘Keep America Great! 2024’


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