As if the President Trump's White House isn't already a big enough circus, there's this.
Before the New England Patriots were honored by Trump today, the team's star tight end, Rob Gronkowski, crashed and interrupted Sean Spicer's White House press briefing.
"Need some help?" Gronk said, opening a door to the room and asking Spicer.
Spicer replied, "I think I got this, but thank you ... maybe," before adding that the moment was "cool."
Well, whether the moment was planned or not, there were people that weren't as amused with the antics as the White House press secretary was and they flooded social media to voice their anger and frustration. We bet six of the seven Patriots' players — the exception being Tom Brady — who skipped the Trump White House visit didn't find it funny either.
Here's Gronk pulling up on Spicer's press briefing and some of the heated reactions it triggered.
Unacceptable when there are real problems that need to be discussed during that press briefing.
We guess they didn't find it as "cool" as a giddy Sean Spicer did.
Can you imagine?
When the White House is run like an NFL team locker room.
Sadly, there isn't enough help for this situation.
Deep down inside, he had to be burning up.
Have fun with this one.
Could Gronk interrupting Spicer's session be yet another smoke screen to distract the media from the Trump administration's possible ties to Russia? Hmm ... #StayWoke!