A recent New York Times article highlighted what the first two weeks in the White House were like for President Donald Trump.
It also gave users interesting insight into what his daily schedule looks like and one part of the write-up read: “When Mr. Trump is not watching television in his bathrobe or on his phone reaching out to old campaign hands and advisers, he will sometimes set off to explore the unfamiliar surroundings of his new home.”
Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded to the article, claiming it was full of “inaccuracies and lies.”
He also thought it was important to clarify that the president does not wear a bathrobe and "definitely doesn’t own one." In no time, Internet userstook it upon themselves to dig out pictures of Trump wearing a bathrobe, and turned it into epic memes.
Some of them even Photoshopped bathrobe clad Trump into very strange places, including Russian President Vladimir Putin’s glasses, and his computer desktop.
Twitter users also did the same, and a spoof account of Trump’s bathrobe was created, just in case, you know, the robe had to stand up for itself.
T: Another thing.— Brian Ted Jones (@briantedjones) February 6, 2017
T: Tell 'em I don't even own a bathrobe.
Spicer: (looks at Trump, who's wearing a bathrobe)
T: You heard me.
If there is one thing the president and members of the White House should have learned by now, it is that the internet forgets nothing. Therefore, being careful about what is said, and if you are lying, making sure that there is nothing to prove otherwise, seems like the best bet to avoid getting caught in a situation like this again.
Fortunately for us, Trump and his ilk never learn.
Banner/Thumbnail Credits: Imgur