Photo counselor trump in the oval office outraged social networks
Photo by senior adviser to the President of the United States, Kellyann Conway attracted criticism from users of social networks. Photo Conway curled up on the sofa in the oval office of the White house, without even taking off his shoes, and looks in mobile phone.
The picture was taken on the backdrop of President Donald trump, who posed for the cameras together with the heads of universities and colleges for African Americans.
Conway also took a few pictures with trump and his guests on a cell phone.
Social media users have accused Conway of disrespect to the Oval office, the American people and its President. “So in any case can not be done in the oval office,” wrote one user.
“Think of all the great people sitting on that couch and move your feet,” protested another user.
Now, you can’t expect us to take this meeting seriously when this is the setting. pic.twitter.com/IAx34PlliM
— deray mckesson (@deray) February 28, 2017
“Now you can’t expect us to take seriously this “meeting” when she is so organized”
In addition, the counselor trump was suspected that it with neglect reacted to this event. “Now you can’t expect us to take seriously this “meeting” when she is so organized,” wrote activist Deray McKesson protecting the rights of black US citizens.
Others downplayed the scale of the incident. “Honestly, what did Kellyann Conway in the oval office, is not the worst thing that took place here in recent months,” says another Twitter user.
Honestly, what Kellyanne Conway did in the Oval Office isn’t the most appalling thing to happen there in recent months.
— ❄This SnowflakeJade❄ App (@LiberalBlizzard) February 28, 2017
“Honestly, what Conway was doing in the oval office – not the most dreadful thing that happened there in recent months”
Many have compared photos Conway with a photograph of former U.S. President Barack Obama made in 2013. In it, Obama put his foot on the Desk in the Oval office.
Conway has several times criticized for the unconventional behavior. Earlier in the broadcast it Fox News encouraged viewers to purchase items from the collection of the daughters of US President Ivanka trump. The ethics Committee of the U.S. Congress felt that these calls are unacceptable.