Former Obama White House Photographer Continues To Post Photos Subtly Comparing To Trump’s First 100 Days
Another couple of days and President Trump will officially have completed his 100 days in office.
And oh boy has he been busy!
President Trump has been to Florida. A lot. Like really. He’s played more rounds of golf than required from a non-golf pro. He’s signed plenty of executive orders, yea the same orders he said he never would during the campaign trail. And he’s inspired enough jokes to last us a lifetime, and he still continues to inspire us even more by the minute.
But what is still inspiring some of the best work is from Obama’s former White House photographer, who has been continuously posting images from Obama’s term as compared to the same timeline under Trump. Every time Trump makes a decision or unnecessary statement, Souza has been there to showcase how the Obama administration dealt with similar issues as compared to their successor.
Souza continues with his subtle posts, which will leave many of you, as it’s left us, missing the good old days.
On White House’s decision to not make the visitors logs a secret.
When Trump invited Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock to the White House, and conceitedly posed in front of the portrait of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
When Trump decided to skip the White House Seder Dinner.
When Trump declined to throw the customary first pitch for the season opener.
On Trump’s continuous love for tweeting.
When Trump decided to NOT shake the hands of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Souza, who was the official photographer for the entire eight years, is currently working on publishing a coffee table book highlighting some iconic images of the Obama’s during Barack Obama’s presidential terms.
Image Source: Pete Souza