Donald Trump Deletes Tweet After Everyone Notices What’s In Background


Us normies are sometimes guilty of posting photos to social media without considering every aspect of the them, but you really ought to know better you’re the leader of the United States of America.

President Donald Trump today tweeted a very serious image of him with lawmakers and governors for what he called an ‘agricultural roundtable’.

In a tweet, the Donald wrote:

Just had an Agricultural Roundtable with members of Congress and Governors.

I will be making remarks on the large scale TAX CUTS given to American families and workers at 1.45pm from the Rose Garden.

All good, oui? Oui. But if you look at the picture, something stands out…


No, it’s not that Trump looks like he hasn’t foggiest of what’s being said, or that he possibly thinks agriculture is the study of star signs. In fact, it’s not anything to do with him.

Check out John Kelly over there. What’s he doing? Looks a bit miffed, saddened, bemused. A man in too deep and in desperate need of a latte.


The tweet was then removed, for reasons unknown, but it’s probably because Chief of Staff Kelly looks like he’d rather be anywhere else.

Naturally, the photo went viral on Twitter thanks to those who screen-grabbed it.

Kelly had previously been pictured with his head slumped and cross-armed while Trump blamed ‘both sides’ for the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last year.

Not a great week for the president, then. Last week, it emerged The National Enquirer paid President Donald Trump’s doorman $30,000 to stop him publicly speaking out about a rumour Trump fathered a love child.

Dino Sajudin told the magazine of a rumour alleging Donald Trump fathered an illegitimate child with an employee at Trump World Tower, a skyscraper he owns near the United Nations building in New York.

However, four former staffers at The National Enquirer have claimed they were told to stop pursuing the story by top editors.


Another former reporter expressed scepticism the publishing company would pay such a large figure for the tip and not produce a story.

Mr Sajudin reinforced his claim in a statement given on Thursday April 12, saying:

Today I awoke to learn that a confidential agreement I had with AMI (The National Enquirer) with regard to a story about President Trump was leaked to the press.

I can confirm that while working at Trump World Tower I was instructed not to criticize President Trump’s former housekeeper due to a prior relationship she had with President Trump which produced a child.

The women involved, who remains unnamed, had denied the affair which is alleged to have occurred in the 1980s.

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