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Kellyanne Conway has practically blown up social media on several occasions with utterances such as “alternative facts” and “Bowling Green Massacre,” and encouraging Americans to buy Ivanka Trump products.
On Monday, she provided another jolt. Photos inside the Oval Office show the White House senior adviser kneeling on the couch to snap photos during President Donald Trump’s meeting with leaders of the nation’s historically black colleges and universities.
The photos spread quickly across the internet and evoked all manner of emotion on social media. Many were critical of her apparent lack of respect for the Oval Office and the president’s guests.
Oh my. pic.twitter.com/25NOvORSXt
— David Corn (@DavidCornDC) February 28, 2017
…does Kellyanne have a Snapchat we don't know about? pic.twitter.com/M4nksMqh1d
— kareem yasin (@thekareem) February 28, 2017
Trump: 'Kellyanne text Fredrick Douglass, I don't think he's here yet' pic.twitter.com/ybTjR1CiGy
— Blues and Abstract Truth (@barnor_hesse) February 28, 2017
In this photo exists every comment on race and on respectability to be had on earth pic.twitter.com/5E2Q38dxaX
— Theodore R. Johnson (@DrTedJ) February 28, 2017
Now, you can't expect us to take this "meeting" seriously when this is the setting. pic.twitter.com/IAx34PlliM
— deray (@deray) February 28, 2017
Give it up Kellyanne, he's not gunna text you back pic.twitter.com/RiIMFbFxU1
— Sam Donovan (@imamsamm) February 28, 2017