This is the jacket Melania Trump wore when she traveled to Texas to meet with immigrant children detained in a shelter. She changed into something less tone-deaf when she actually visited them.
Her press secretary said that there was “no hidden message” involved here.
I’ll say. It’s right out there in the open. Maybe Melania is the only truth teller in the family.
Here are some alternatives via Twitter:
I wonder if this one will be hung on the wall at one of his golf courses.
“The brusque 46-year-old former Bush administration official this week became known as the Cabinet member who skewed the facts at a combative press conference in defense of President Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy, and who convened a “working dinner” at a Mexican restaurant while audio of hysterical Spanish-speaking children circulated on social media.”
Trump: “What the hell. I’ll just lie my way out of it like I always do.”
Nielsen: “There goes my last shred of credibility.”
Pence: “Get over it. I lost mine two years ago.”
From The New Yorker by Karen Chee:
Trump added that he did get the first lady “a beautiful card and some beautiful flowers.”
“You know, I’m very busy to be running out looking for presents, OK?” Trump said.
He wasn’t too busy to trade loving tweets with Kanye West though.
“Okay, ladies, let’s get in formation.”
I love this girl.
(Her signs of the zodiac videos are spot on too.)
The Porter plot thickens: (From The Hill)
“One former official said that, under normal circumstances, the White House would have run a name check on Porter as he was joining the administration, which would have surely turned up record of a protective order that one of Porter’s former wives, Jennifer Willoughby, filed against him in 2010.
“If there was a court record about this, they should have known about this immediately,” the former official said.
“Especially if you’re going to give someone an interim clearance,” the former official continued. “The FBI or the White House counsel’s office would have taken those initial steps before initiating an interim clearance.”
Porter, who has denied the allegations of abuse, would have also been required to disclose the record of the restraining order on an SF 86, a standard form that government officials in national security positions are required to fill out.
It remains unclear whether Porter disclosed the allegations on the form. Lying on an SF 86 could trigger criminal prosecution.”
…when men were men and women didn’t mind being smacked around.