In the past, President Trump has been called out for his super long ties but now the news is on a recent Donald Trump suit faux pas: a blue suit jacket and black dress pants worn together.
The president held a meeting with Sen. Tim Scott to discuss race relations in wake of the incidents in Charlottesville, Virginia. According to CBS News, Scott said the president was “very receptive to listening” during the session.
The White House released a photo of the two but people quickly noticed Trump was wearing a navy blue suit jacket with black slacks. And everyone knows that’s a fashion no-no.
The White House posted the photo with the caption: “President Trump remains committed to positive race relations…”
As soon as the photo was released, Twitter spotted Trump’s mismatched suit and the rest is history.
Twitter reacts to Donald Trump suit faux pas
?NEW!!! During a meeting with Tim Scott, Trump wore a blue suit jacket with black suit pants, completely unaware of the error he made. pic.twitter.com/03ccsHrixf
— Christopher Bouzy (@cbouzy) September 13, 2017
petty tweet: obama wore a tan suit & got dragged by the crusties at fox news yet trump wore a navy jacket & black pants SO HELP ME GOD!!! pic.twitter.com/LveMmY6U17
— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley) September 13, 2017
Is Trump wearing a navy suit jacket and black pants?!?!?! This is the next tan suit gate pic.twitter.com/l7Tw3GQ1j5
— Emily C. Singer (@CahnEmily) September 13, 2017
Settle a bet with my friends; is Trump’s suit blue and black or white and gold? pic.twitter.com/OsNRkwf5SC
— Lucy! (@Ltotheucy) September 13, 2017
This literally hurts my eyes.
— Frank Lowe (@GayAtHomeDad) September 13, 2017
He looks like a bruise… on society
— missa (@MissaFT) September 13, 2017
While most people were focused on Trump’s mismatched suit, at least one person wanted to point out that Sen. Tim Scott’s sock game was on point.
Trump is wearing a horribly mismatched suit. Scott on the other hand, with the A+ socks https://t.co/6aJeV6LfLs
— Paul Szoldra (@PaulSzoldra) September 13, 2017
While everyone knows there are bigger things to be concerned with other than President Trump’s suit choices, we shouldn’t forget everyone lost their minds when former President Barack Obama wore a tan colored suit while delivering a statement at the White House.