White House couch has seen worse than Kellyanne Conway’s feet

If you must engage in sexual relations with an intern, get a room, ANOTHER room, for crying out loud. 1.

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4. It is expressly forbidden to dispose of chewing gum or boogers under the busts of Winston Churchill and Martin Luther King. (Last month’s breathless claims that the newly white supremacist White House had evicted MLK’s bust were, well, you know, fake.) Both icons had tough enough lives and deep enough legacies without that kind of disrespect.

When discussing national security matters with the president, speak directly into the nearest Oval Office lamp. 5. Makes it easier for the Russians.

Conway went way too far. It is made of timbers from legendary British frigate HMS Resolute and was a gift from Queen Victoria. 2. Do not carve your initials in the desk. So if historians find “KC” etched into it, we’ll know Ms.

Conway, a key adviser to Donald Trump, committed the outrage while taking photos of the new president with leaders from predominantly black American colleges.
America’s loopy lefties have their knickers in a knot because Kellyanne Conway put her feet up on an Oval Office couch.

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27, 2017. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, on the couch as U.S. President Donald Trump, right, meets with leaders of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Monday, Feb.

She tucked her feet under her slim tush, shoes and all, causing widespread horror, especially when the heels appeared to dig into the upholstery.

Show a little class. The fireplace is a backdrop for visits from world leaders, or for burning state secrets, or for sending smoke signals to the Russian embassy, not for roasting hot dogs and singing camp songs. 3. There’s a microwave — American-made, let’s hope — in the lunchroom.

Now we own trashy.” Mind you, Stephens was a leader of the Stop Trump movement. Even columnist Bret Stephens, of the centre-right Wall Street Journal, tweeted: “If (Susan) Rice or (Valerie) Jarrett (both ex Obama aides) had sat like this in Oval Office, conservatives would have screamed themselves hoarse for weeks.
As we know from history, that can be a serious concern in the Oval Office. To further this faux pas — and I do mean faux — she then checked her cellphone, presumably to confirm the photos were in focus and no one had their fly undone.

“This isn’t your home.” “Get your f—ing feet off the furniture, @KellyannePolls,” tweeted noted liberal gadfly Keith Olbermann.

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Or Jimmy Carter, or Monica Lewinsky. Great gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts. Where were Olbermann and Ms. Angel when Barack Obama regularly put his feet up on the venerable Oval Office desk.

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For starters: Regardless of where you roost on the political spectrum, decorum clearly has gone to pot at the White House. A refresher course in Oval Office decorum is overdue.

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You have no class at all. An avenging paragon with the handle Dahlia Angel was typical: “Total disrespect!! #ImpeachTrump.” @KellyannePolls just unbelievable.
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Naturally, Twitter went nuts, slinging outrage such as: “Unprofessional!” “Alternative etiquette!” “White trash!”

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