Well, this has people talking.
On Tuesday night President Trump gave a speech on border security and immigration. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer responded, asking for a better solution than a border wall.
One couldn’t help but nothing there was something awkward about the speech they delivered.
Many people compared them to fictional characters:
I can’t be the only one that sees this pic.twitter.com/CvpCjnnEPu
— Cabot Phillips (@cabot_phillips) January 9, 2019
I'm keep seeing George and Lucille Bluth. https://t.co/AcTa9pMIcU
— Scott Lincicome (@scottlincicome) January 9, 2019
Schumer and Pelosi remind me of That 70s Show. pic.twitter.com/keJ0cxUWFn
— Ken Haddad (@KenHaddad) January 9, 2019
American Gothic (2019) pic.twitter.com/kfzdF663yS
— chelsea adelaine hassler (@chelseaadelaine) January 9, 2019
It was pointed out that the two resembled disappointed parents:
When mom and dad are disappointed in you. pic.twitter.com/RYm2uvRZpE
— Gabby Orr (@GabbyOrr_) January 9, 2019
we’re not mad, we’re just disappointed
your father and i are going to take turns talking to you now pic.twitter.com/vpeHCZh6Ou
— Adam Weinstein (@AdamWeinstein) January 9, 2019
Either they’re about to tell their children they’re *very* disappointed in them, or they’re distancing themselves from crazy Aunt Zelda who always invites herself over the house https://t.co/ei0Cbbjm3a
— Andrew Podob (@ponderingpodob) January 9, 2019
Then there were others that were just shocked by how bad it was:
Where does one start to try and make sense of anything Pelosi has to say? Schumer looks like he wants to punch someone?
I see Mo and Curly, but where’s Larry? pic.twitter.com/kBPlIttB4R
— Terri Green (@TerriGreenUSA) January 9, 2019
Democrats had the easiest response in the world to give, and this will be the lasting image from it. Simply amazing and beyond hilarious. pic.twitter.com/Uc1nIDdXP1
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) January 9, 2019
Chuck Schumer tonight: Trump’s border wall is “ineffective” and “unnecessary”
Chuck Schumer in 2009: "630 miles of border fence" made our southern border "far more secure" because it "created a significant barrier to illegal immigration" pic.twitter.com/3ywVpKu2LH
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 9, 2019
There’s no doubt this was funny, but sadly U.S. lawmakers are not any closer to coming to an agreement than they were before the speeches on Tuesday night.