Obama’s White House Photographer Is Making The Toddler-In-Chief Look Like A Major Tool

Pete Souza served as the White House photographer throughout President Obama’s terms. He captured many of the infamous photographs we have enjoyed over the years.

Over the last few weeks Souza has been doing something a bit untraditional on his Instagram account. He is trolling the Circus Peanut Tinted Piss Goblin with photos pertinent to his latest public tantrums and current events.

For example, after memes started being passed around about George Bush Sr. being well enough to do the coin toss at the Super Bowl after Lord Cheeto made a point to announce his telephone call with the Bush following the former President and first lady’s absence at his inauguration due to illness – Souza shared this photo:

Meant to post this on Monday. Nice to see former President Bush toss the coin at the Super Bowl on Sunday.

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With Trump’s latest tantrums about Judges and justice. . .

September 2010.

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As Trump’s cabinet and advisers comes to light. . .

Meeting with top advisors. This is a full-frame picture. I guess you’d say I was trying to make a point.

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The new administration’s light troubles even made the cut. . .

Those damn lights 😉

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He even tapped into the longing of those of us who wish Obama could come back and rescue us from this nightmare. . .

It’s not what you think. (Heading back to the White House from the Blair House in 2011).

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Trump’s heated call with Austrialia’s Prime Minister? Yep, he’s got that covered.

And Mexico’s. . .

And, it would be a miss if he didn’t touch on the Muslim Travel Ban for refugees. . .

Remember Alex, the six-year-old boy who wrote President Obama a letter about the Syrian boy photographed in the ambulance. Alex visited the Oval Office with his family the day after the election. “Dear President Obama, Remember the boy who was picked up by the ambulance in Syria? Can you please go get him and bring him to [my home]? Park in the driveway or on the street and we will be waiting for you guys with flags, flowers, and balloons. We will give him a family and he will be our brother. Catherine, my little sister, will be collecting butterflies and fireflies for him. In my school, I have a friend from Syria, Omar, and I will introduce him to Omar. We can all play together. We can invite him to birthday parties and he will teach us another language. We can teach him English too, just like my friend Aoto from Japan. Please tell him that his brother will be Alex who is a very kind boy, just like him. Since he won’t bring toys and doesn’t have toys Catherine will share her big blue stripy white bunny. And I will share my bike and I will teach him how to ride it. I will teach him additions and subtractions in math. And he [can] smell Catherine’s lip gloss penguin which is green. She doesn’t let anyone touch it. Thank you very much! I can’t wait for you to come! Alex 6 years old “

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Talking with a young refugee at a Dignity for Children Foundation classroom in 2015.

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As Trump was tweeting divisive rhetoric and ego stroking “reviews” immediately following his inauguration. . .

. . . this photo was captured on President Obama’s first day in office. . .

Oh the difference.

Jan. 21, 2009.

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