Updated: August 21, 2018 4:47:14 pm
Donald Trump’s senior adviser Kellyanne Conway drew angry reactions after being clicked while kneeling on the White House sofa. The photo was circulated on social media and Conway faced a lot of backlash for her bizarre pose on the couch with her heels on. After the #CouchGate picture, American actor Kal Penn took to take a dig at her by sharing a picture on Twitter.
Beating all the other jokes and memes, Penn’s picture stands out and has left Twitter users in splits. With his pants rolled up and shoes on, he is seen squatting on a similar sofa while staring at his phone. He captioned the picture: “Kal-E-Anne!” The picture, which was posted on March 1 at 8:56 am has collected more than 8,000 likes in just one day.
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The actor, who has starred in a string of films such as The Namesake, Harold & Kumar series and Superman Returns, has been an brusque critic of Trump and his ways. He was an associate director of the White House’s office of public engagement under President Obama’s administration and also worked as a White House speech writer under the former president.
Check out his hilarious tweet here:
— Kal Penn (@kalpenn) March 1, 2017
After he posted the picture, Twitterati have been sharing it and posting their replies on it. Here are some of the best responses:
— Joshua Wagner (@BigRevWhatWhat) March 1, 2017
@kalpenn hahahaha, got the knee spread and everything!??
— Effie (@kittyblue71) March 1, 2017
— Teetads (@teetads) March 2, 2017
— David Kapsner (@david_kapsner) March 1, 2017
— ShePersisted (@fandomglam) March 2, 2017
But that’s not all, many people made fun of Conway by mocking her with photoshopped images on Reddit. See some of them here:
Sitting with folks
Trying out her sea legs
Nailing the music show pose
Help me boss
So much for a picture!
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