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Chief Of Staff John Kelly’s Face At Trump’s Racist Press Conference Is All Of Us
8 months ago

On Tuesday, August 15, President Trump surprised his closest aides and advisors by going off script and reverting back to his original stance on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. As Trump stood before reporters, furiously declaring there was violence on "both sides," clearly drawing a moral equivalence between white supremacists and the people who gathered to protest white supremacy, his chief of staff, former General John Kelly, stood to the side, motionless. His arms were crossed, his shoulders were hunched, and he stared at the floor. It doesn't take a psychic to figure out how Kelly felt in the moment.

Naturally, Twitter loved it:

This isn't the posture of a happy man:

Any Arrested Development fans out there?

"Is it too late to pull out of this position?" -John Kelly's mind (probably)

We've seen this stance before:

When you listen to Trump's comments, it's hard to deny:

The man carrying our nuclear launch codes (second from right) didn't know his job was going to be this intense:

What was Kelly thinking in that moment?

We feel for you, John Kelly! When you signed on, you were supposed to rein in a presidency spiraling out of control. Little did you know that, in this case, that mission is near impossible. 

H/T - Twitter, CNN