First, take a look at what happened:
pic.twitter.com/X59uYNg7rW— Steve Kopack (@SteveKopack) April 17, 2017
Here it is again, in case you missed it the first time around:
The Internet just cannot get over what happened. Many people pointed out the same thing:
@DaniellaMicaela Quite telling that the first lady, an immigrant, had to remind him.— Andy McDonald (@iamandymcdonald) April 17, 2017
@thecultureofme Immigrants...they get the job done.— Lyle Gorch (@GorchLyle) April 17, 2017
Some thought they knew what may have distracted him:
@CNN LOL not very subtle. I am sure he was pondering something important like the crowd size.— Susan Guy (@smguy57) April 17, 2017
Others couldn't help but troll him:
Many people brought this up:
This person thought everyone needed to calm down:
@SteveKopack It happens. Subtle move by the first lady.— supersteel (@supersteel23) April 17, 2017
The US Flag Code calls for anyone addressing the flag - whether during the Pledge of Allegiance or the national anthem - to place their right hand over their heart as a sign of respect.
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