House Speaker Paul Ryan used a digital presentation at a press conference Thursday to further sell his plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act—and the internet immediately poked fun at him.
Ryan explained the complex tenets of the Republican-drafted bill to replace the health care law, using graphs and other visual aids to plainly make his talking points. (Here's a look at the bill by FactCheck.org.)
The image of Ryan, with his sleeves rolled up, gesturing at a television screen, was low-hanging fruit for the web.
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Twitter users pounced, comparing Ryan to a teacher and sharing photos of the TV screen with completely unrelated images displayed on it.