President Trump tweeted this last evening:
From today's Washington Post:
When Trump tweeted the image on Sunday night, he said that while he appreciated the sentiment of the meme he was sharing from White House social media director Dan Scavino, he did not exactly understand the meaning behind it.
“Who knows what this means, but it sounds good to me!” Trump tweeted.
(Shorter Trump: Nero? Never heard of him!)
The Post article discusses the Nero-fiddling-while-Rome-burns interpretation but it also suggests a reference to the conspiracy group QAnon:
The language recognized as a QAnon phrase was considered by some to be a subtle nod to the conspiracy theory, while the use of the line was celebrated by the conspiracy theory’s followers. QAnon conspiracy theory asserts that Trump’s position as president serves primarily as a vehicle for him to carry out a global battle against pedophilia.
Pedophilia? Yes, this may be connected to the 2016 conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton ran a pedophile ring in the basement of a Washington D.C. pizzeria. (See here, for instance.)
Another Washington Post reporter Devlin Barrett also made the QAnon connection:
Nero, QAnon, global battles against pedophilia? Who said Trump wasn't making America great again?