Trump’s Latest Photo Op is So White, We Had to Dim Our Screens

Trump’s Latest Photo Op is So White, We Had to Dim Our Screens
Ryan General
February 17, 2017
Trump continuously paints a rather grim picture of the ‘diversity’ in the current administration with the whitest photo op to recently emerge from the White House.
POTUS Donald Trump posted an image of his all-white entourage lining up behind him with a collective thumbs up sign yesterday with the hashtag #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.
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It didn’t take long before Twitter users roasted the president for it.
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Should we be happy now that at least the picture included a woman this time?
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The controversial image was taken after signing a legislation that will stop an Obama coal mining rule aimed at stopping the coal mines from dumping waste into neighboring waterways.
The coal mining industry has expressed its opposition to the rule, claiming it would be costly to implement and would eventually lead to job losses across the sector, the Hill reported.)
Trump has dubbed the regulation as “another terrible job-killing rule” and his signature just saved “many thousands American jobs, especially in the mines, which, I have been promising you — the mines are a big deal.”

“This is a major threat to your jobs and we’re going to get rid of this threat,” he was quoted as saying. “We’re going to fight for you.”
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