Reebok thought it would be hip to mock Trump; Conservatives vow to make it an expensive mistake

Reebok made a questionable business decision this past weekend, to alienate supporters of President Donald Trump when it decided to use a smug, condescending algorithm to school the president.

The athletic shoe company tweeted the algorithm, directed at the president, days after the left feigned outrage when President Trump told French first lady Brigitte Macron that she was in “great shape” and “beautiful.”

The president was raised in an era when complimenting a woman was not seen as an assault, so the guide may be useful for him if he wants to appease hypersensitive millennials. But it’s a safe guess that he doesn’t.

According to the chart, among the times it is not appropriate to use the phrase “You’re in such good shape…beautiful,” is when “you are a world leader greeting the spouse of a head of state.”

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The only time the guide says the phrase is fine to use is when you find a “forgotten action figure from your youth, unscathed after decades in your parents’ basement.”

Comedian Jim Norton quickly fired back at the company with one of its own ads showing a half-naked woman.

“Thank you, @Reebok, for your virtuous message about when it’s appropriate to complement a woman’s shape,” Norton wrote.

And Norton was far from the only person angered by the company’s tweet.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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