During an appearance on CNN’s New Day, Kellyanne Conway, suffered a verbal misstep when she accidentally called Donald Trump the “commander-of-cheese,” rather than the “commander-in-chief.” Conway quickly corrected herself and went on to explain the president’s beef with the Philadelphia Eagles.
ShareBlue senior writer, Tommy Christopher, was the first to isolate the clip, and shared it online, which quickly went viral. One person wrote, “I’m literally dead right now, I can’t believe she just called Trump the “Commander-Of-Cheese.”
Another person wrote, “I tried my absolute hardest not to laugh when my boss told me that Kellyanne called Trump the ‘commander-of-cheese.’ It’s one of the funniest things I’ve heard in a long time.”
I am literally dead now. Kellyanne Conway just called Trump "the Commander of Cheese" pic.twitter.com/zM9UqO0dnt
— Tommy Christopher (@tommyxtopher) June 6, 2018
As you may know, this isn’t the first time that Kellyanne Conway has slipped up in her discourse. Shortly after Trump’s inauguration, Kellyanne referred to what she labeled, “alternative facts,” and it quickly became a new cultural term.
Kellyanne was referring to Trump’s declaration that the audience at the event was one of the biggest they had ever seen, even though the Women’s March was significantly larger than the audience that watched his inauguration.
The term, “alternative facts,” has now established itself as a term meant to signify that politicians are no longer held accountable for their alleged lies, especially the ones perpetrated by Trump.
Much to his chagrin, it was mostly created for the sake of making fun of the derided president, Donald Trump, rather than a commemoration of him.
Donald has certainly become one of the most contentious politicians in recent memory, following his successful run for the presidency back in 2016 when he ran against Hillary Clinton.
Ever since he took hold of public office, the media, Hollywood celebrities, and other politicians have criticized the president for everything from verbal mistakes, policies choices, prior misconduct, and botched business deals from before he was the president.