President Donald Trump sat in the cab of a truck and pulled the horn as he welcomed members of American Trucking Associations to the White House in Washington, D.C., March 23, 2017. Getty Images

President Donald Trump climbed into a truck in front of the White House Thursday and pretended to drive it. He got into the driver's seat and gave the horn a good honking. The president also made all sorts of whimsical faces while posing for pictures, riding the 18- wheeler.

Trump was busy at the White House, meeting CEOs and drivers from the largest trucking companies in the country while the House Republicans were struggling to get support for the American Health Care Act (AHCA). According to a White House pool report, the president and Vice President Mike Pence met with drivers and CEOs. Two 18-wheelers were parked outside, one with an U.S. flag and the other had a photograph of a trucker and a boy with the words "It takes 7 million people to move America. my dad."

Trump also joked during his meting that he could not spend too much with the truckers because of the AHCA vote discussions. "I'm not going to make it too long, because I have to get votes. I don't want to spend too much time with you. I'm going to lose by one vote and then I'm going to blame the truckers," he said laughing.

Trump's photo of pretending to drive a truck had hilarious reactions on the social media. Twitter users made funny "memes" out of his photos. Some users even went to the extent of comparing the president to Arnold Schwarzenegger in movies. Some interpreted his facial expressions in extremely amusing ways.

Earlier this week Arnold Schwarzenegger mocked Trump after a Gallup poll put the president's approval rating at 37 percent. Schwarzenegger posted a video of himself commenting on the president on Twitter. "Poor Donald, the ratings are in, and you got swamped," said the "Commando" star. This tweet was in response to Trump's tweet in January speaking about the DJT ratings on movie stars where Schwarzenegger did not do well. Their feud started when Schwarzenegger became the host of "Celebrity Apperentice."

Schwarzenegger also had some advice for the president in his Twitter video.

"I mean, to take away after-school programs from children and Meals on Wheels from poor people — that’s not what you call making America great again. Let me give you some advice. Go to a middle school, the Hart Middle School right in Washington, six minutes away from the White House. I’ll take you there so you can see the fantastic work they’ve been doing for the children. Let’s do it," he said.