Members of America’s first family watched the 2017 solar eclipse from the White House balcony on Monday. As you can imagine, more than one version of the event ended up on the internet. There was the media version, the social media version and the candid images.
Here’s a small sample of all three:
“Mr President, the news is saying you shouldn’t look directly into the sun”
“Who’s saying it” ?
Trump: Fake Eclipse pic.twitter.com/H0EGVBjr8e
— E (@esheikh_) August 21, 2017
Exciting to watch the total eclipse with @potus today! #Eclipse2017 ? pic.twitter.com/85Y8R4yJU7
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) August 21, 2017
Gotta love Trump Rawdogging the eclipse pic.twitter.com/925GFZJ5OV
— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) August 21, 2017
Scientists: Don’t look straight at sun during eclipse.
Trump: Hold my glasses. pic.twitter.com/3MySTJYq4d
— Dan Worthington (@danWorthington) August 21, 2017
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