“Only a Romney would see this as a photo op,” another detractor tweeted.
Once, when all her party officials were lined up for a photo op, she stopped the proceedings.
Should he really be jumping out of a photo op with waitresses and “joking” that someone pinched his rear end?
A photo op is when they show him playing pool and drinking beer.
He calls everybody to the White House, they do their meetings, they do their photo op, and then no one follows up.
Just the perception they can go and do a photo op sent the wrong message, and it is a safety risk.
A souvenir pre-Newticide: For 50 bucks a photo op Quick before he closes shop.
But you know one of the main reasons that photo op was so widely ridiculed?
“We do not routinely do a photo op on the golf course,” Earnest says.
A brief period during which the press is allowed to photograph a dignitary or celebrity; a photographic opportunity (1980s+)