— Jeep Flyer (@JeepFlyer) January 4, 2017
Well, if this isn’t just perfect:
Defense Secy Carter presents Pres Obama with Dept of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service. pic.twitter.com/a5DihpPRnA
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) January 4, 2017
Hey, it’s no Nobel Peace Prize, but still.
@markknoller Is it a gold star?
— David Lundeen (@davidlundeen) January 4, 2017
A participation trophy would be better.
…and a cookie. @markknoller
— Sgt Bravo™ (@Sgt_Bravo) January 4, 2017
Or a cookie. President Obama spent eight years in office, and in those eight years, he’s managed to dutifully serve himself very well. The public? Well, that’s debatable at best.
— deplorable johnywest (@jmrwest) January 4, 2017
— SVI (@SV_Insider) January 4, 2017
— Jenny (@Jenny_IDLYITW) January 4, 2017
If anything, Secretary Carter deserves the medal. After all, when President Obama was too busy to be president, it was Secretary Carter who stepped up to the plate.
President Ash Carter thanks Barack Obama for his loyal service to his administration. https://t.co/LcNfJdK9QJ
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) January 4, 2017
.@redsteeze Ash Carter did yeoman's work as Acting President in troubling times, when no one else wanted the job. We owe him thanks.
— Johannes Paulsen (@Real_Johannes_P) January 4, 2017