This pizza chain is making an #AlternateFacts pizza inspired by Kellyanne Conway

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On Sunday, Kellyanne Conway claimed that lies about the size of President Donald Trump's inauguration crowds were merely "alternative facts." By that night, her newly coined phrase was a full-on meme

And now, a food-court pizza chain is the latest to join the roasting by offering a new #AlternateFacts pizza — a pie that's loaded with toppings and also "zero-calorie" (wink wink).

Villa Italian Kitchen, a pizza chain with more than 300 U.S. locations, announced the #AlternateFacts pizza on its Facebook page Tuesday. 

It might sound too good to be true, but Villa Italian Kitchen has announced the #AlternateFacts pizza, a zero-calorie six-slice pizza loaded with all your favorites: bacon, pepperoni, ham, sausage, house-made sauce and 100% whole-milk mozzarella.

Sounds pretty delicious — almost as delicious as record-breaking inauguration crowds. The description of the #AlternateFacts pizza ends with a nod to our newly inaugurated commander-in-chief:

"This pizza is positively presidential — it's going to be YUGE."

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