Kentucky’s Governor Is Getting Destroyed Online for Wearing a Blazer With Trump’s Face On It

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has been criticized for turning up at a state fair in a blazer adorned with Donald Trump’s face.

The Republican governor appeared at the Kentucky State Fair on August 17 wearing the striking blue jacket—and even met with volunteers at the Kentucky Democratic Party’s booth whilst wearing it.

“Hey Bevin. Trolling volunteers at the Kentucky Democratic Party’s booth at the State Fair? How old are you?” wrote the Louisville Democrats while sharing photos of Bevin with the jacket on Facebook.

The Louisville Metro Democratic Club also shared photos on social media of Bevin stood next to a seemingly unimpressed female volunteer at the fair.

Bevin was also criticized on Twitter for his outfit.

“I didn’t think Matt Bevin could be any more embarrassing. Please make it stop,” wrote author Silas House.

“Did anyone else see that Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin went out of his way to harass democrat volunteers at the Kentucky State Fair? This guy is a Grade A douchebag,” added Milo Kuroi.

Bevin previously posted a video onto social media urging people to visit the Kentucky State Fair. He was not wearing the Trump jacket during this video.

“This is great for the Commonwealth to show our wares of Kentucky agriculture. This is a chance for us as a Commonwealth to showcase what our farmers do the interface with people from the urban community, with frankly people from all over the country,” he said.

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