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Mike Pence wins the blunder games, at least in this photo

Michael "Rands" Lopp spotted something beautiful about this White House photo: everyone in it who doesn't have the word "president" in their job title has been fired. Only the best people. Here's the season 1 winner of the blunder games, as shot by Jonathan Ernst with Reuters.
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