Donald Trump Posted a Photo With VP Pence for His Birthday, but All People Noticed Was His “Tiny Feet”
Uh oh, Donald Trump isn’t going to like this! On June 7, he took to Instagram to post a (quite awkward) photo with Vice President Mike Pence for his birthday. Unfortunately, the kind gesture was overshadowed by how tiny his feet looked in the pic! Watch the video above to see the cringy shot, and fans’ hilarious reactions to it.
Some fans weren’t as distracted by Trump’s feet as they were by the overall awkwardness of the photo, which features a very stiff Trump standing with his daughter Ivanka and Pence on either side of him with their arms down by their sides. “All three of them look so unnatural as human beings haha. They look like they’re about to go out and purge ?,” said one commenter. And they weren’t the only one to make a comparison to the dystopian horror movie, either. “Lookin’ like a Purge poster,” another agreed.
Some thought it was rude that Trump made the pic about him when he was supposed to be celebrating his VP. “I love this. It’s Mike Pence’s b-day but who’s front and center in the pic? #narcissus,” said an Instagrammer. Others took issue with his inappropriate choice of wardrobe. “Trump! Please iron your pants! ??,” they wrote.
Something tells us that of all the criticism, Trump will probably be most bothered by the comments about his feet. Trump just about lost his mind during the election when his competitior Marco Rubio said, “He’s always calling me Little Marco. And I’ll admit he’s taller than me. He’s like 6’2, which is why I don’t understand why his hands are the size of someone who is 5’2.” Trump quickly fought back, saying, “Look at those hands, are they small hands?” he said, showing his hands to the crowd. “And, he referred to my hands; ‘if they’re small, something else must be small.’ I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee.” Yes, that’s the President of the United States promising his penis is big (though Stormy Daniels would beg to differ.) Lordt help us all.
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