Reebok Just Quietly Roasted Trump With This Mic Drop Feminist Tweet

Xavier Trudeau
Juillet 18, 2017

But others commented that while the tweet was a bold move, it wasn't a misstep, nor a reason for any customers to boycott the company - unlike the burning of shoes a year ago when a New Balance executive made a comment in favor of Trump abandoning the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.

By following the chart, it is inappropriate to compliment your mother-in-law or any other woman you meet in public.

Trump shakes hands with French President Emmanuel Macron (second left) and Brigitte (left), next to US First Lady Melania Trump, during the traditional Bastille Day military parade on the Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris, France, on July 14, 2017.

Take note: don't make weird comments to women alone in elevators, spouses of heads of state, potential mother-in-laws, women in lines to order coffees, women working out at the gym or anyone else.

Barely skipping a beat, Bishop added: "I wonder if she could say the same of him?"

American netizens responded with glee to NBC News Senior News Editor Brad Jaffy's reposted video of the minister's so called "burn" on Trump. "Love those Australians!" said another. Because according to Reebok, the only time it's ever appropriate to say this out loud is if you've found "a forgotten action figure from your your parents' basement".

"We share a common view on many issues, so we will continue to work very closely with the Trump administration", she said in January.

The worst of this behaviour was his comment to the First Lady of France.

Ms Bishop hasn't been particularly critical of Mr Trump, however, and has often been supportive of the US President.

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