In the context of this weeks memes, these memes are very broken-away from any form of authority on the subject. However, to say there is no authority behind these memes is also incorrect, due to the fact that these individuals who post these memes are speaking as what they feel is the "voice of the people" or the vox populi of sorts. This breaking away from what is viewed as "accurate" information, and leaning more towards biased opinions and jabs at the individual presented shows, at least in my opinion, that what might be authentic and legitimate to some may or may not be true and real for another. Each of these cases and the points they try to make are subjective specifically to the individual who creates them.
These two points are not to say that there is not a certain agreeable basis behind the context of the memes at hand; however, if one was looking for accurate and up to date information about how a political candidate or president feels on a certain issue, I feel that memes are not a good location to find this.