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    When it comes to respecting the office of the presidency, Donald Trump has yet to catch on. Further proof of this was found on Thursday when he invited Sarah Palin and her pals Ted Nugent and Kid Rock to the White House.

    Here are some images as posted by CNN’s Jake Tapper:

    via Twitter

    And here’s where they are disrespecting Hillary Clinton, whose portrait is hanging in the White House because she was the First Lady of the United States for eight years. However, these fools thought they’d take a moment to make fun of her, because of course they did.

    via Twitter

    No matter what your politics are, being in the White House means respecting not just your party, but your country and everything that house stands for. It’s the people’s house, not a place for washed up reality TV stars.

    Oh, my bad, one is *president, but I digress…

    Knowing the respect that needs to be given to the White House is none other than former President Obama’s White House photographer, Pete Souza.

    Souza posted an image to his Instagram account showing how people should behave in the White House. The person in the photo happens to be Obama under a portrait of former President Reagan.

    Here’s Souza’s image with the caption, “Being respectful.”

    Being respectful.

    A post shared by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on

    Because when it comes down to it, there’s a level of respect that comes with being in the White House or visiting the White House. Something Trump nor any of his guests on Thursday seem to be able to do.

    Well played, Souza. Thank you for showing those disrespectful, ignorant fools how grown-ups and real Americans should behave.

    (*pending investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election)

    Featured image via Twitter