When we saw President Trump reach for a drink of water on Wednesday, we knew there’d be news stories: the question was, would his awkward sip of water be worth a day of cable news coverage, or more?
The sip came too late for Wednesday’s edition of “Morning Joe,” so will we have to settle for a tweet, or will there be another run through the footage Thursday morning on MSNBC?
Trump makes Senator Rubio look like a world champion water drinker compared to his clumsy display. Has the man never opened a bottle of water before? https://t.co/iUVMPFUssH
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) November 15, 2017
You get him Joe. IMPEACH!
Joe Scarborough @JoeNBC. As a professional journalist, you have an opportunity to impact our thoughts and grasp of the important issues of our national community. I hereby acknowledge today's expert guidance. What would we do without you. https://t.co/jw6rZ0UZ0n
— Dick Moller (@DickMoller) November 15, 2017
This is the discussion after a press conference describing an overseas trip by the President of the United States. Water? https://t.co/uqT6K3bDN3
— boater girl (@moharrison) November 15, 2017
A national crisis Emperor Scarborough.
Easy lead in tomorrow!!! https://t.co/sjUKU0Od9Y
— bob kelly (@kellyrtk) November 15, 2017
Are you right in the mind Joe? Grow the hell up. Your a spiteful nincompoop. https://t.co/HqALRkSr9S
— FREEDOM ??Hawk (@featherravenhaw) November 15, 2017
Look at how petty the "resistance" has become. They ooze blind Trump hate from every pore. https://t.co/FzZJNHC49n
— Whitey McWhiteface (@Common_sense103) November 15, 2017
TDS is a real thing. Sad. https://t.co/2a1NZrLPsX
— Jason Kost (@KostJason) November 15, 2017
Oh, c'mon. The man was thirsty. https://t.co/bjGR8fYCcj
— Andrew Beatty (@AndrewBeatty) November 15, 2017
— Garrett R. B. (@GarrettBeyleri1) November 15, 2017
Who can stand these people anymore? https://t.co/d9to3OszWU
— Rep. Steven Smith (@RepStevenSmith) November 15, 2017
It really is amazing when there’s no substantial difference between tweets about Trump starting a nuclear war with North Korea and taking a sip of water during a news conference. Or feeding koi.
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