I’m no White House lemonade fan

By now you probably know I’m not a massive fan of the FCC . And now I’m not really a fan of a certain citrus-hued fruit, either. Wednesday morning, White House press secretary Sean…

I'm no White House lemonade fan

By now you probably know I’m not a massive fan of the FCC . And now I’m not really a fan of a certain citrus-hued fruit, either.

Wednesday morning, White House press secretary Sean Spicer confirmed that the First Lady received two boxes of lemonade from the White House Rose Garden after, apparently, some tweets were made about the appearance of the Lemonade. This is, after all, a presidential spokesperson. And on May 4, 2016, Michelle Obama unveiled an official White House lemonade recipe in the South Lawn.

In case you missed it, the White House has taken some heat of late for a lack of free press access. Back in June, Laura Bush was invited to play catch with Trump, and the next day Spicer was called into the Oval Office to deliver a pep talk.

Asked if the First Lady’s lemonade was a response to the criticism, Spicer said, “It is more Michelle’s part of her initiative. It was something she thought is really cool. And something she wanted to do.”

“I have nothing but the utmost respect for the First Lady. But it’s a personal gift. And, you know, nothing more. You know, she’s just a real woman,” he added.

It’s been a busy few weeks for us kids, and this latest scandal is proof that once in a while the Internet even gets your attention. Let us assure you, you’ll be waiting awhile for that next one, which, apparently, is more despicable.

But, now that you’re all up to speed, allow us to offer a bit of comfort: Tartness does look an awful lot like sweetness. And, who knows, maybe one day you’ll even make lemonade. The first step to becoming First Lady is buying it, you know?

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