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Reebok Tweeted a graphic to teach Trump on what not say a women.

I said it before, I’ll say it again

The Trump family just can’t stay out of the news. Whether it’s because the POTUS sh*tposted about CNN, or Trump Jr. met a lawyer, it’s just always in the news. At this point, they’ve just turned into the Kardashians of 2017, always headlining because of stupid things, and this week it’s Trump’s comment on Macron’s wife.

In case you haven’t heard, the President of America recently commented on 64 year old, Bridgette Macron’s appearance.

His exact words were, “You know, you’re in such great shape … beautiful.”

As you can imagine, it stirred a lot of people up.

Most calling it sexist, and vile, while others said it was just a compliment. Reebok, however, went a step further and… Enlightened the POTUS on when such dialogue is appropriate.

They criticised him commenting on the woman’s figure

And that it wasn’t acceptable when you’re in an elevator with a woman, or ordering a coffee next to one, or working out with one, and definitely isn’t acceptable when you’re meeting the head of state. You know when it is acceptable? When you find a decades old action figure in your basement that’s still in good condition.

It went viral with a lot of supporters

Others applauded them for “resisting misogyny”

When Mashable reached out for a comment

They got in touch with a spokesperson elaborating on the whole thing.

“Reebok believes that we should all strive to Be More Human in our lives: to push and challenge our boundaries physically, mentally and socially. That also means supporting one another in all of those ways…It seems there is still a lot of confusion about how to do that, and perhaps this little reminder will help.”

It’s such a weird world we live in. After all, everyone seems to be going after Trump now.

https://twitter.com/ParkerMolloy/status/886220660028186629

There were some questioning how a compliment was sexism

Others fired back that this was just media bias

https://twitter.com/PGAngie1/status/886342319141789700

In the end, Trump supporters called out Reebok on its hypocrisy as they too have objectified women in the past.

However, as both sides tend to forget, two wrongs don’t cancel each other out

What do you think? Is this wrong, or is it fine as those attacking him have done it before? Or do you think that just because those attacking Trump for this are guilty, doesn’t mean he isn’t either?

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