Chelsea Clinton accuses Steve Bannon of “fat shaming” Sean Spicer

The Atlantic wrote a piece on the dying White House Press briefings and the obvious avoidance of the Press by the Trump administration, but really all that good analysis might have been lost when White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon allegedly said the reason daily briefings were now held off-camera is because “Sean got fatter” in a text message.

It would be easy to assume he was joking in the text but according to the piece, Bannon didn’t respond to any follow-up questions. One person, however, does not give Bannon the benefit of the doubt, Chelsea Clinton whose mother lost to President Trump in the 2016 Presidential elections.

She tweeted “The White House using fat shaming to justify increased opacity. 2017.”

And then a reporter from the Breitbart which Steve Bannon used to run came with the joke rhetoric but she was having none of it still;

Another uncle came by with his own accusations that she simply couldn’t take a joke, still, Clinton wasn’t joking

Clinton seems to have appointed herself as official White House troll, back in March she in an unexpected move stood up for White House adviser Kellyane Conway after Democratic Congressman made a crude joke about Conway being on her knees in the Oval office.

The Congressman referring to a picture of Conway kneeling on a couch in the Oval Office, Richmond said she looked “familiar” with being on her knees, a comment Clinton described as ‘despicable” and demanded an apology for Conway.

Richmond claimed the joke had no sexual connotations, at first,  but later apologised to Conway.

Now, Clinton is calling out the Trump administration for its lack of transparency and addressing fat shaming at the same time. We kind of like what she did there.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

cool good eh love2 cute confused notgood numb disgusting fail