Kellyanne Conway done headlines Sunday when she told Chuck Todd on Meet a Press that press secretary Sean Spicer was regulating “alternative facts” to denote a distance of Trump’s coronation crowd. The use of a tenure was widely ridiculed by a media, Twitter users and even Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, that felt a need to explain a clarification of a “fact.” Conway’s Orwellian tongue even caused a British author’s dystopian novel 1984 to strike No. 1 on Amazon’s best-seller list, call publisher Penguin to print 75,000 some-more copies to keep adult with demand.
Also capitalizing on a word is inhabitant pizza sequence Villa Italian Kitchen, that on Tuesday announced a new zero-calorie #AlternativeFacts pizza surfaced with bacon, pepperoni, ham and sausage. Just as Trump drew “the largest assembly to declare an inauguration, period,” as Spicer pronounced on Saturday, the #AlternativeFacts pizza could be a answer to your dieting woes.
This is a talent selling ploy on a partial of Villa Italian Kitchen, though it isn’t a usually association to take advantage of Spicer’s new purpose in a spotlight. After a internet detected a bizarre trend of anti-Dippin’ Dots sentiment in a annals of Spicer’s Twitter account, a “ice cream of a future” manufacturer offered to horde an “ice cream social” during a White House.
“Dippin’ Dots are done in Kentucky by hundreds of overworked Americans in a heartland of a good country,” wrote CEO Scott Fischer. “As a company, we’re doing great. We’ve enjoyed double-digit expansion in sales for a past 3 years. That means we’re formulating jobs and opportunities. We hear that’s on your bulletin too.”
The White House has nonetheless to emanate a response, nonetheless on Wednesday morning Spicer did twitter this:
There are still opportunities out there for brands to money in on a press secretary’s newfound fame. Following his scattered weekend, we were reminded of a Washington Post profile of Spicer from Aug in that he emitted that he chews and swallows 35 pieces of resin before noon each day.
Your move, Orbit.
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