This might be the biggest scoop since an eagle-eyed viewer caught an aide to Brett Kavanaugh flashing a “white power” hand sign during his confirmation hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Cameras were everywhere today in the Oval Office as President Trump sat down with rapper Kanye West, and it looks like the media managed to catch West entering his passcode into his iPhone.
So not only did they report on it, they gave out the passcode — just in case West drops his phone somewhere and you happen to pick it up.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 11, 2018
Kanye West, during a meeting with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office, appeared to unlock his phone with a passcode consisting entirely of zeros. https://t.co/lelAq1EY4a
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 11, 2018
Get it? His password needs to be “Stronger?” Because he had a hit record called “Stronger?”
This is what you decided to report on????
— snoddy (@snodvision) October 11, 2018
This is newsworthy
— Elux Troxl (@EluxTroxl) October 11, 2018
This is news? Are you people this desperate? Seriously reconsider your day jobs.
— Courtney Kohler (@MrsHomestead) October 11, 2018
Why report this?
— ✞ (@Twisted_Artist) October 11, 2018
The left has become unhinged…this is what passes as “news” 🙄
— Asturian (@Wave1972) October 11, 2018
This is why I read NBC. For the latest and most interesting stories with maximum amount of effort out into every article
— George Roosey (@GeorgeRoosey) October 11, 2018
And thats news??? The Nothing But Crap news outlet us lost😂😂
— ❌🇺🇸Off-The-Grid🇺🇸❌ (@teamtrump5) October 11, 2018
What a stupid article. All the great things going on in the world and Jason writes about a passcode. 🤔🤔😞👎🏽
— Debbie B. Dyna (@DebbieBrandt1) October 11, 2018
Stellar reporting. Are you auditioning for 2nd most useless news outlet.
— Elizabeth Lee (@touraloura) October 11, 2018
Is this Access Hollywood? How is this even remotely newsworthy?
— LDH (@lividdelight) October 11, 2018
The Boston Globe is on it too … and probably a lot of other news outlets we haven’t even checked.
Nice, I wonder whether he will change it since it’s out. pic.twitter.com/scqRf4ToOy
— Phil I (@infant_man) October 11, 2018
Why would a major news organization reveal the iPhone password of a celebrity? And you know posting someone's private info on Twitter is a violation of Twitter policy, right? @davidgrayrhodes
— Mark Pitcavage (@egavactip) October 11, 2018
Because they are real news, Mr. President.
'Explain that one'! Donna Brazile's take on Kanye West's WH visit is pretty 'repulsive' https://t.co/uT82xfRJaV
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 11, 2018