Nov 25, 2016 06:53 AM EST

Barron Trump's 'Yawning' Appearance During US President-Elect Donald Trump's Oratory Gets A Japanese 'Manga'!

By JC Santos

We were all Barron Trump during US President-Elect Donald Trump's speech. He was weary, he was sleepy and he was yawning right before the cameras of the whole world who were watching his father make his initial announcements as the next president of a powerful country. His boyish and young appearance probably inspired Yuusuke Hori -- a "mangaka" from Japan -- to create "My Loud Annoying Dad Is President, So The Quiet Unassuming Life I Wanted Is Completely Over".

Obviously, the Barron Trump "manga" -- meaning "comics" in Japan -- is a hilarious parody of a life of politics from the eyes of Barron Trump. The Telegraph said that plans for the "manga" include a first chapter called "Also, my mom and sister are too sexy," a reference to supermodel and now First-Lady Melania Trump and US President-Elect Donald Trump's daughter businesswoman and former fashion model Ivanka Trump.

Tokyo-based "Mangaka" Yuusuke Hori could possibly push the entire pitch into completion as a manga if given enough support. If his source material Barron Trump makes a huge mark in American politics despite his aloof and young appearance, the market for a Barron Trump-viewpoint "manga" is truly open.

It was during Donald Trump's oratory that viewers worldwide first saw Barron Trump. His image first spread out as an Internet meme with a caption saying "It's way past Barron Trump's sleeping time." Soon the youngest son of the US president-elect captured the hearts of the Japanese with their Twitter users exclaiming that "Barron is beautiful" despite his dad's aggressive stance.

This is not the first time Japan fell in love with an international politician. During the tensions in Eastern Ukraine's Crimea region in 2014, Crimea's newly-appointed Attorney-General Natalia Poklonskaya's demeanour and youth during a press conference captured the hearts of the Japanese. featured manga and anime about Poklonskaya spread throughout Japan's social networks and eventually the whole world in the Internet.

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