Former Obama administration spokesman Tommy Vietor decided to join the chorus of outrage over President Trump’s WWE bodyslam tweet video of CNN. His attempt was to invoke the idea of how wrong it was for Bill Clinton to be called unpresidential for playing a saxophone on television.
There was a time when Bill Clinton was called unpresidential for playing the saxophone on TV. https://t.co/CzljzbxrKH
— Tommy Vietor (@TVietor08) July 2, 2017
But that backfired. Bigly.
No, son. He did that as he began running and no one called it unpresidential. It was the oral sex in the Ival Office that offended people. https://t.co/daoZWW9IXf
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) July 2, 2017
You spelled "cigar," "intern," and "Oval Office" wrong. https://t.co/g5qzYGRgq0
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) July 2, 2017
That was before we found out he did far worse. https://t.co/BjCjymD2WR
— Veronica ?? (@PotluckPolitico) July 2, 2017
Bill Clinton let an intern-….
ah, whatever. https://t.co/hzmvPs7hii
— ego, living planet (@omnigallagher) July 2, 2017
He was called unpresidential for playing the organ with a cigar in the Oval Office with an intern. https://t.co/rp2VGbzTpm
— Sports Radio (@NycBostonRadio) July 2, 2017
The Clinton years are such a wonderful example of what a presidency can be, especially that impeachment part.