Is this dude for real??
Today, Donald Trump held a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House — which is “very famous,” by the way — before the two are set to head to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort for the weekend in Florida to hopefully salvage our diplomatic relationship.
The world watched patiently to see if Drumpf could actually put on his big boy pants and have a civil conversation with leaders from other countries, especially our allies.
Meanwhile, Abe hoped to ease fears stemming from POTUS’ critical campaign trail rhetoric.
So what happened?
Well, things of course couldn’t get started until The Donald welcomed Shinzo to the “Very Famous White House,” because you know, it’s VERY famous… compared to other white houses that we talk about all the time.
It didn’t take long for the Internet to blow up with responses to Donny’s latest embarrassment, so let’s take a look at Twitter‘s best reactions (below)!!!
Welcome Shinzo Abe to the very famous White House. It’s very very famous. And white. And it is a house. Very very house.
He’s a wordsmith.
Hannah Lemass (@AlmostCaptain) February 10, 2017
Trumps first words to Japan PM: “Welcome to the very, very famous White House.” Literally millions face palm across America. #Shinzo #Japan pic.twitter.com/ZqB1vZwSMp
Julie Sutton Salek (@tampajulie) February 10, 2017
“Very, very famous White House”
“I can tell you…”
“I can tell you…”
Doremus Jessup (@DoremusJ) February 10, 2017
New game.Every time he says “very”. Ex “the very famous White House” or “very successful” or “very rapidly”. That’s how we’ll get thru this. pic.twitter.com/HlN4geYHEb
Heather Schoell (@HeatherSchoell) February 10, 2017
“I’d like to welcome you to the very famous White House.” Trump might as well have ended it with “…the home of the Whopper.”
Shawn Hugus (@duckiesuccumbs) February 10, 2017
I’ve been to both the very famous White House and eaten at the very famous Waffle House.
Clay Renfroe (@ClayRenfroe) February 10, 2017
NEWS FLASH, Trump, the White House has always been famous… even before you moved into it.
[Image via CNN.]