If you ever wondered what Donald Trump’s spray tan shade was called, its pumpkin orange.A new Halloween social media trend has been seeing users carve out ‘Trumpkins’ for Halloween instead of your average jack-o-lantern and the results are hilarious. The trend first started back in 2016, the first time Trump ran for President. Now, just in time for the 2020 elections, it looks like Trumpkins have risen from the dead. I can't wait, for Halloween?#hypocrisy #cult #lies #fascisminamerica #racisminamerica #fuckfascism #democracydiesindarkness #saveourdemocracy #betrayal #impeachtrump #politics #electwomen #treason #trumprussia #americanpolitics #trumpmemes #obstructionofjustice #politicalhumor pic.twitter.com\/tHjSOjUP6E— Carlos Galindo (@carlosgalindo) October 16, 2020 All across the US and UK people have been buying pumpkins in order to carve them into sculptures of the 45th President. And we must admit the resemblance is uncanny. Many anti-Trumpers have compared the orange shades of the pumpkin to Donald’s famously orange fake tan. Donald Trumpkin pic.twitter.com\/1kJtTLuVCy— callum (@calmoloney) October 22, 2020 Donald Trumpkin 🎃 🎃 😂 pic.twitter.com\/MrGbfUXQQN— BORLEY`S (@BORLEYS_MINIMIX) October 21, 2020 In an effort to get creative people have also made use of paints, straw, pumpkin pulp and wigs to reconstruct the perfect rendition of Trump’s combover. Pair it with a red tie that’s far too long and a ‘Make Halloween Great Again’ sign and we’ve got a winner. I am the Great TRUMPKIN!!!! All the others are LOSERS!!!!!!! Courtesy of the artist Tom Holtcamp. pic.twitter.com\/Xr5IIV9SYb— Barb Taylor (@BarbInTheKnow) October 19, 2020 One humorous Trumpkin artist even picked up the theme to match the current events of 2020 and included a little needle injecting the President with COVID-19 medicine while being surrounded by tiny pumpkin pieces arranged to look like the coronavirus. Especially with the Trumpkin in charge!!! pic.twitter.com\/NB6ObZ3vha— Francis Oliver (@francis__oliver) October 22, 2020 Another participant shared a definition online of the new sensational activity:Definition: "Trumpkin". It's orange on the outside, hollow on the inside, and should be thrown out in November. Trumpkin pic.twitter.com\/WBk09WXNVR— Ian Jukes (@ijukes) October 20, 2020 Another social media user commented: I am absolutely carving a Donald Trumpkin this year. It’ll be the scariest thing in our display, and we already have a flayed dismembered headWe agree, this is definitely the scariest thing we've seen this Halloween!