When you look at all of the absurd things that are happening since Trump took office, like nearly all of his Twitter claims being proven incorrect or false by real-time fact checkers, him beefing with the Pope, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alec Baldwin, Meryl Streep, or him openly admitting to not reading the executive orders he signed, it's easy to feel like we're living in the Twilight Zone.
The most troubling part of Trump's presidency is that there seems to be zero accountability for the Donald or any of his staff for violating laws, constitutional or ethical.
But one that's getting a lot of attention is Donald Trump using his Presidential Twitter account to lambast Nordstrom for dropping his daughter Ivanka's line of products due to poor sales.
And Trump's counselor and right-hand woman, Kellyanne Conway is coming under fire for telling Americans to "go buy Ivanka's stuff".
She said it in an interview with Fox and Friends while speaking from the White House. Now if she was just Ivanka's friend being asked in an interview or some random person off the street, it wouldn't be such a big deal.
But because she's a White House employee using her government position to influence sales of a private company, she violated a Federal ban.
"Go buy Ivanka's stuff, is what I would say. I hate shopping — I'm going to buy stuff today. It's a wonderful line. I own some of it. I'm going to give a free commercial here. Go buy it today, everybody. You can find it online."
People were understandably outraged by the blatantly illegal endorsement made by Trump's counselor.
People also thought that the administration had more pressing matters to attend to than a retailer dropping a clothing/jewelry line.
Others made references to Conway's infamous "Bowling Green Masscare" that never happened.
Others just proved that she did, in fact, break the law with her endorsement.
Others are making solid predictions.
While others are showing just how hypocritical Trump is.
And of course, people had jokes about the whole debacle.