Is it Friday yet? A look at everyone's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week

The past seven days have been tumultuous to say the least, and most of the gaffes weren't even related to politics

By Katie Serena
April 13, 2017 12:20AM (UTC)
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The past seven days have been tumultuous to say the least. And, oddly enough, most of the gaffes weren't even related to politics. Let's just say a few companies might be hiring new PR teams.

Let's review.

On Friday, there was that whole Pepsi thing — you know, the ad in which Kendall Jenner ended police brutality with a carbonated beverage and a cute lil fist bump. Who let that happen? Probably this lady. She's surprisingly a left-wing social activist.


If you thought that Pepsi ad would be hard to top, keep reading.

Shortly after the soft drink giant's supermodel super-flub, we watched as United fell from grace. Hard to say who had it worse: United CEO Oscar Muñoz and his awful numerous responses, or the guy who was literally dragged off a plane.

Like I said, it hasn't been a good week. But, just when you thought it couldn't get weirder, something else happens.


On the fourth day, God said "let there be Sean Spicer."

On Tuesday the press secretary made a wildly inaccurate comment about how "Hitler didn't even sink to using chemical weapons." Apparently he was sick the day they covered the Holocaust and basic World War II history in school. To make things worse, when he apologized, he said that he totally knew Hitler brought gas to the “Holocaust center.”

As Jimmy Kimmel put it, "Sean Spicer might be the only press secretary who needs a press secretary."


So, overall, I think it's safe to say we're all ready for the weekend. As far as bad weeks go, who had the worst? Vote below.

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