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So, just what did Trump's note in the Western Wall say?

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Donald Trump has become the first sitting US president to visit the Western Wall, placing his hand on Judaism's holiest prayer site.

For many, it was a historic and poignant moment - topped off when the president posted a note into the wall, as many worshippers do with prayers and supplications.

Others, however, were more interested in just what the note said - and the internet quickly flooded with speculation as to its exact content.

And while they are certainly not a true reflection of what was written on the note, they certainly raise a few smiles...

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Image caption Could Mr Trump have wall envy?
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Image caption This user suggests Mr Trump is still thinking about last November
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Image caption His admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin was also posed as a possible theme for the note...
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Image caption Or did Mr Trump just want to clear up any confusion over that chat with the Russian foreign minister?
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Image caption They weren't the only ones still thinking about that top secret information
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Image caption Then again, maybe he was settling an argument?
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Image caption But then again, who's to say the note contained any words at all?

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