'Everybody hurts': Trump's sad 'walk of shame' after Tulsa rally delights critics | Donald Trump | The Guardian
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  • #Trump at Andrews after the #Tulsa disaster is unlike any we’ve ever seen. Ever the dime-store dramaturg, he’s undone his tie and put on the look of a defeated man. He thinks he’s crafting a new script as a Comeback Kid. He doesn’t realize that he really HAS lost. pic.twitter.com/GO4y3D7QIZ

    — howardfineman (@howardfineman) June 21, 2020

Naturally Trump critics were quick to make sport of the video and still pictures from the “walk of shame.” When was the last time, as many asked on #WalkofShame.
This is glorious to see. pic.twitter.com/J8SHhzp3O3

— Devin Nunes Mom (@NotDevinsMom) June 21, 2020

Others likened the president seeming to divine a foreboding turn for his fortunes to other leaders throughout history in a similar position.

Or to a dejected New York Mets fan heading 凯发官网网址多少home after a brutal loss.

Or to 凯发官网网址多少homer Simpson.

Or to Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones.

Far and away the most common fun being had was with layering in musical choices including selections from the likes of Radiohead, REM, Foreigner, Simon and Garfunkel, Johnny Cash and the plaintive closing credits piano from the Incredible Hulk television show.

This morning, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany insisted on Fox News that Trump was actually happy with the sleepy, low energy crowd. “The president was not angry at all,” she said. “The president was quite energized. I was with him after the rally. It was a huge success. His speech got rave reviews. He was in good spirits on Marine One.”

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