A reporter for the Daily Caller, Saagar Enjeti, sent out a tweet last week showing a picture of a bag of wet, dirty socks in the White House press briefing room. In typical White House fashion no one has taken responsibility for the mess, and no action has been taken.
A week later the bag of dirty socks remains.
SPOTTED in the White House briefing room. A bag of wet socks pic.twitter.com/uyN3O8mrSn
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) May 17, 2018
UPDATE: The bag of wet socks are STILL in the White House briefing room pic.twitter.com/gPAVMhUIah
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) May 22, 2018
Some folks were amused by the bag o’ socks mystery.
The swamp couldn’t be more literal
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) May 22, 2018
Best news narrative in D.C. https://t.co/GVF9TQrt0i
— Robert Donachie (@RJDonachie3) May 24, 2018
Please get to the bottom of this. The American people have the right to know. https://t.co/w5DBDefTm8
— Amy (@WaltzingMtilda) May 23, 2018
Others not so much.
Everything that is going on today is a distraction from this important developing story. WAKE UP SHEEPLE! https://t.co/agKu2Ysgj8
— Brandon Z Smith (@BrandonZSmith) May 24, 2018
Maybe it's just me, but why don't instead of making jokes about the bag one of you reach down, pick the bag up, and dispose of them in the garbage. It's what reasonable adults would do.
— James Hicks (@Jhic709365) May 24, 2018
H/T: Twitter Moments