Twitter Has an Absolute Field Day Over Carter Page’s Floppy Red Bucket Hat

Former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page picked a helluva day to deliver a bunch of documents that are under subpoena to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. The one-time foreign policy advisor, who was recently questioned in a lengthy closed-door hearing in relation to the Russia probe, arrived at the Hart Senate Office building at the same time a host of reporters were gathered around the office of Sen. Al Franken (D-MN).

Of course, the media was there due to the recent accusation that Franken had groped and forcibly kissed Leeann Tweeden back in 2006 during a USO tour. While there, Page told the reporters that the Russia investigation was “more witch-hunt style” on the Senate side, compared to the “more professional” way the House has handled it.

But, let’s be honest. No one cared about what Page had to say or even that he was dumping off potentially damning documents related to the probe. No. They just couldn’t get over the crazy red bucket hat he decided to wear as he walked around with a beatific smile.

Page let reporters know that he wore the hat for a specific reason — he wanted to avoid skin cancer:

[image via Twitter]

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