Trump boards plane with toilet paper stuck to his shoe

2018-10-05 13:59
Donald Trump. (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

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He’s the leader of the free world and commander-in-chief of its most powerful military, yet Donald Trump experiences the oopsies most of us try our utmost avoiding.

Such as getting toilet paper stuck to bottom of our shoes.

The US president had what appeared to be a long piece of loo roll attached to the heel of his shoe as he boarded Air Force One.

The 72-year-old billionaire was on his way to a rally in Minnesota when he was captured leaving his limo and walking up the steps to the plane, Mirror Online reports.

As with everything Trump does, it didn’t take long for people to notice the slip-up and they to Twitter to poke fun at the president.

How could no one have seen and told him, many wondered.

With perfect timing, it was only once he’d entered the aircraft cabin that the paper left his foot, adds.

A tweet that perhaps best sums it up came from a freelance writer, who noted that the blooper showed “how little people surrounding Trump like or respect him”.


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