Libs Say That Gen Kelly ‘Face Palmed’ During Trump’s Speech – Look What Their Pic REALLY Caught




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Libs Say That Gen Kelly ‘Face Palmed’ During Trump’s Speech – Look What Their Pic REALLY Caught
Yesterday President Donald Trump gave one of the most awesome pro-American speeches ever to be given in the U.N.’s measly anti-Semitic and anti-American existence. The haters had to do what they do best, hate, though.

Since there really was nothing to attack President Trump on for his speech at the UN, it came time to make something up. Liberal left trolls spent most of yesterday locked up in their mama’s basements looking and studying each and every picture of the speech, including the people around the president until they could find a particular person they could scrutinize and misrepresent.

And this time that person what the President’s chief of staff, General John Kelly.Yesterday President Donald Trump gave one of the most awesome pro-American speeches ever to be given in the U.N.’s measly anti-Semitic and anti-American existence. The haters had to do what they do best, hate, though.

Since there really was nothing to attack President Trump on for his speech at the UN, it came time to make something up. Liberal left trolls spent most of yesterday locked up in their mama’s basements looking and studying each and every picture of the speech, including the people around the president until they could find a particular person they could scrutinize and misrepresent.

And this time that person what the President’s chief of staff, General John Kelly.Even the anti-Trump, fake news Washington Post called those asserting that General Kelly “face-palmed” right when President Trump was speaking about destroying North Korea, liars.

Here’s what WaPo reporter Avi Selk had to say:

Some thought President Trump’s chief of staff looked embarrassed — a relatively mild assessment among the tens of thousands who have passed around a photo of John F. Kelly listening to his boss address the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, head in hand.

A Washington Examiner editor, for example, thought Kelly “went through some sort of existential crisis” during the speech, in which Trump at one point threatened to “totally destroy North Korea.”

The Russian government’s state news outlet, Sputnik, noted Kelly’s “facepalming reaction,” which is at least technically accurate: The man hired two months ago to bring order to Trump’s chaotic presidency indisputably set palm to face, regardless of what was going through his mind at the time.

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