Twitter bursts over bizarre moment Trump PATS a child dressed as a Despicable Me Minion with a bar of chocolate then dumps it on their inflatable costume at White House trick or treat
- Trump and Melania welcomed children to the White House on Monday
- They handed out candy strips to a parade of children in costumes
- But when a child in a Despicable Me Minion costume appeared, Trump bizarrely tapped the inflatable head of his chocolate-covered costume
- He then left the chocolate bar on the boy's head – just like Melania
- As the child walked away, both bars slipped away, leaving no sweets behind
- Twitter users broke out about the strange incident and asked how it was possible for the president to & # 39; mess up & # 39;
Twitter burst out during a hilariously uncomfortable video of President Trump tapping a child dressed in a Despicable Me Minion costume with a bar of chocolate during a White House trick-or-treat photo session with the First Lady.
The child belonged to a row of children in costume who trotted to the Trumps to get candy on Monday evening.
When the president was confronted with their inflatable costume, he paused with a bar of chocolate in his hand and smiled.
Instead of throwing it into the child's pocket – as he had done with every other young person – he tapped the head of the suit and then placed the bar on it.
President Trump places a chocolate bar on the child's inflatable costume instead of putting it in their bag
Melania copied her husband and placed another large bar of chocolate on the child's head
The couple giggled as the child walked away and watched the two candy bars slide from the top of the suit
Melania, entertained by the bizarre gesture, did the same. As the child walked away, both candy bars slid off the top of the suit.
Twitter users were unbelievers.
& # 39; Have these ** holes just put candy on the head of a child? & # 39; asked one.
Another joked: & # 39; Good god. These people cannot even hand in child's candy in the normal way, & while someone else commented: & # 39; He can't even do this well. & # 39;
Comedians including Jimmy Kimmel also noted that it was inappropriate for the White House to play Michael Jackson songs.
The legacy of the deceased singer has received a beating in the last year amid new accusations that he has abused children. His estate furiously denies them.
Thriller was one of the songs on a spooky playlist during the White House event.
Kimmel, a vocal critic of the president, said during his show: & The president and the first lady were handing out candy there.
& # 39; And what kind of music do you play when a couple of small children pass by? That's right.
& # 39; Michael Jackson. I think they might not get an HBO at the White House. & # 39;
Twitter users were incredible about how Trump dealt with the interaction