On The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon is known to occasionally do a skit written by kids like Kid Theater, Kid Stand-Up, and Kid Letters. On Tuesday night, Fallon did Kid Art: White House Administration Edition. Kids drew pictures of several members of Trump’s administration, some actually pretty good, others hilariously bad, and sent them in to the show.
It’s pretty obvious that some of the photos of the officials the kids were given to base their drawings on weren’t necessarily the most flattering, but they made for the best drawings.
The drawing of Ben Carson has no body, just a head with arms raised over it.
An innocent photo of Betsy DeVos turned into something truly scary in the drawing.
Mike Pence got two very different interpretations of the same photograph.
And the photo the child was given for drawing Donald Trump was maybe not the best if you want to make the president look good.
But easily the best drawing of a White House official was the one of press secretary Sean Spicer. The kid who drew that truly captured Spicer’s essence.
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