Former WH photog Insta-trolls the Trump Admin

As the official White House photographer for any sitting POTUS, it is your job to chronicle the day-to-day existence of that POTUS and his/her administration. That's exactly what Pete Souza did for the Obama Administration.

But you know that saying about how a good pic = 1,000 words. Souza has been curating his Insta with a deft hand to comment on current events in the world as they've been happening. 

If you're frustrated with what the Trump Administration has been doing, you might wanna get your popcorn.

Remember Trump vs. Mexico (ongoing)? Souza posted this last week.

Or how about that wacky time Trump started beef with our ally Australia over the phone for seemingly no reason? Here was this beauty.

We'll let Souza's objectively beautiful photographs speak for themselves. Just look at the dates.

Take a deep breath. 2014.

A photo posted by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on

Meeting with top advisors. This is a full-frame picture. I guess you'd say I was trying to make a point.

A photo posted by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on

Talking with a young refugee at a Dignity for Children Foundation classroom in 2015.

A photo posted by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on

If you want to both cry and laugh looking at these, you're not alone. As far as wish-fulfillment fantasies go, this kind of dovetails with that ALT-POTUS 45 Twitter account (well, before right-wing trolls hacked it), except this all actually happened.

Thanks, Mr. Souza. And thanks, President Obama. 

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