‘Do I have a double chin in this one?’: Internet mocks ‘working hard with Trump’ PR stunt photo
Pushing back on reports that Donald Trump is “furious” over her public airing of grievances against rumored Secretary of State pick Mitt Romney, Kellyanne Conway Monday tweeted a photo of herself and the president-elect sitting at a computer, insisting the pair are “working hard tonight.”
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) November 29, 2016
Pushing back against her pushback, Twitter users imagined the likely conversations between Trump and Conway. Some assumed Conway was helping Trump get the hang of the whole computer thing.
“Where does it say it’s too many letters, Kellyanne?”
“There Donald. 146.”
“The president doesn’t get more letters?” pic.twitter.com/NhHTAQ5Qui
— Mike Monteiro (@monteiro) November 29, 2016
Others thought she was helping the president-elect get the hang of words in general.
Donald: The B-Bo-
Kellyanne: Boy, Donald
D: The Boy P-Pooshed-
K: Pushed, Donald
D: The Boy Pushed the W-Wagon
K: White Power Agenda, Donald pic.twitter.com/id9snkhyLl
— Payman Benz (@PaymanBenz) November 29, 2016
And in light of a recent report claiming Trump railed against media execs for publishing an unflattering photo of him, one user insisted Conway was helping Trump find a more attractive picture to send to news networks.
Donald: Do I have a double chin in this one?
Donald: Okay, how bout this one? https://t.co/yAPqPlL2iY
— Randi Mayem Singer (@rmayemsinger) November 29, 2016
Another suggested the pair were engaged in a more general search.
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) November 29, 2016
Many Twitter users noticed a parallel between Conway’s post and a twitter rampage Trump later went on against CNN reporter Jeff Zeleny.
Live from Trump Tower, it’s Manual Retweet Monday! pic.twitter.com/q2QgJ5wx81
— Colin Jones (@colinjones) November 29, 2016
And, as Twitter users are want to do, some people were just plain sassy.
I didn’t think Kellyanne Conway showed up in photographs. https://t.co/4ScqcWG7qm
— David Weiner (@daweiner) November 29, 2016