The White House hosted men’s and women’s NCAA championship teams on Friday.
While the South Carolina women’s basketball team skipped meeting President Trump due to a purported scheduling conflict, it looked like those who did attend were in for quite the time.
The president met with several women’s championship teams, such as the University of Maryland’s women’s lacrosse team. Look at how horrified they are.
The University of Washington’s women’s rowing team was equally petrified.
Here the president is with the absolutely mortified Penn State women’s rugby team, who can’t even bear to look him in the eye.
Then, to the horror of onlookers, the president planted an unwanted peck on the cheek of one of the ladies.
Haven’t these young ladies read all the mainstream media’s news reports?
The president also took time to meet with NCAA championship men’s teams, such as the Ohio State University men’s volleyball team.
They obviously had a terrible time with the president.
You would think they’d be having a ball.
Here he is with the Penn State men’s wrestling team.
Texas A&M University men’s track and field gave an obviously ironic ‘thumbs up.’
The University of Oklahoma’s women’s softball team gave Trump a mitt, for obvious reasons.
Then they huddled in a corner to *gasp* say a prayer together. They were obviously traumatized by spending such a personal moment with President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy Devos.
The Penn State women’s rugby team just couldn’t help but give Trump a shirt summing up with two words how they feel: ‘Mr. President.’
Overall, the NCAA championship teams had a simply horrible time with President Trump. Or so the mainstream media would have us believe, if they report on it at all.
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