People Are Losing Their Minds Over This Hilarious Photo of Little Miss Flint Meeting Trump

A photo of Little Miss Flint standing next to Donald Trump has gone viral because she looks, well, extremely uncomfortable.

Little Miss Flint, whose real name is Mari Copeny, became a mini celebrity after the 8-year-old sent a letter to President Barack Obama in April about the water crisis in Flint, MI. She asked to meet him while she was in Washington DC observing the congressional hearings for Governor Rick Snyder related to the crisis and wrote, "I am one of the children that is effected by this water, and I've been doing my best to march in protest and to speak out for all the kids that live here in Flint." Copeny didn't meet the president in April but did so a month later when Obama visited Flint to address the emergency.

What makes Copeny's photo with Trump stand out even more is how it compares to the picture she took with Obama, where she's seen smiling and hugging the president.

Twitter was quick to react to the Trump photo:

I've seen kidnapping photo's - where the victim is holding up 'today's newspaper' - that were less alarming.

— Pin Head (@PiercedSkull) September 15, 2016

poor baby RT @ddale8: This amazing photo of Trump and "Little Miss Flint" has gone viral on Flint Facebook.

— Young Geezy.. (@MsMyaG) September 15, 2016

This little girl wishes she was somewhere less scary, like in a dark room with a clown holding a machete.

— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) September 15, 2016

@ddale8 @3rdStGroup Someone should take Trump home. He's starting to scare the children.

— Don Perryman (@DonPerryman) September 15, 2016

@ddale8 Kids know. They always know.

— Tresa Horney (@tresahorney) September 15, 2016

Imgur users couldn't help but alter the photo thanks to the power of Photoshop:

Copeny's mother, LuLu Brezzell, told reporters she's an independent and hadn't made up her mind about who she'd be voting for in November. If her daughter's reaction is any indication, though, Hillary Clinton can count on another vote in Michigan.