September 14, 2017 20:53 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

President Donald Trump sends Twitter into a frenzy

President Donald Trump sends Twitter into a frenzy

President Donald Trump sent Twitter users into a frenzy after he wore a mismatched blue and black suit for his meeting with Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina.

President Donald Trump has committed a cardinal sin in the eyes of fashion connoisseurs by wearing a mismatched suit.

For a meeting Wednesday with Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina to discuss race relations after protest rallies in Charlottesville and Virginia, Trump wore a pair of black suit pants, a navy blue blazer and a bright blue tie.

In true Internet style, Twitter erupted with their opinions on his epic fashion faux pas.

Twitter user Paul Lander tweeted:  'The internet is dragging President Trump for wearing a mismatched suit. Yup, jacket made in China pants made in Indonesia.'

President Donald Trump met with Sen. Tim Scott on Wednesday to discuss race relations on Wednesday a day after the Charlottesville protest and one month after the white nationalists rally in Virginia that killed three people and injured 35 others

President Donald Trump met with Sen. Tim Scott on Wednesday to discuss race relations on Wednesday a day after the Charlottesville protest and one month after the white nationalists rally in Virginia that killed three people and injured 35 others

Paul Lander joked: 'The internet is dragging President Trump for wearing a mismatched suit. Yup, jacket made in China pants made in Indonesia'

Paul Lander joked: 'The internet is dragging President Trump for wearing a mismatched suit. Yup, jacket made in China pants made in Indonesia'

Paul Szoldra, the Military & Defense Editor for Business Insider, called out Trump's choice of attire but praised Sen. Scott's style

Paul Szoldra, the Military & Defense Editor for Business Insider, called out Trump's choice of attire but praised Sen. Scott's style

Paul Szoldra, the Military & Defense Editor for Business Insider, called out Trump's choice of attire by writing: 'Trump is wearing a horribly mismatched suit. Scott on the other hand, with the A+ socks.'

YouTube and podcast personality Tyler Oakley said: 'petty tweet: obama wore a tan suit & got dragged by the crusties at fox news yet trump wore a navy jacket & black pants SO HELP ME GOD.'

Oakley is talking about another time when Obama wore a tan colored suit in 2014 and again the Internet went wild - even GQ trolled the former President. 

In turn, Scott was applauded for his style, wearing a black jacket, matching trousers, a gold tie and some bold pink and blue dress socks.

Obama wore a tan colored suit in 2014 and again the Internet went wild 

Obama wore a tan colored suit in 2014 and again the Internet went wild 

YouTube and podcast personality Tyler Oakley was another user to blast Trump's outfit

YouTube and podcast personality Tyler Oakley was another user to blast Trump's outfit

The Cut magazine simply tweeted: 'Donald Trump just broke a cardinal rule of fashion'

The Cut magazine simply tweeted: 'Donald Trump just broke a cardinal rule of fashion'

The Cut magazine simply tweeted: 'Donald Trump just broke a cardinal rule of fashion.'

Political writer Emily C. Singer wrote: 'Is Trump wearing a navy suit jacket and black pants?!?!?! This is the next tan suit gate.'

Meanwhile, aside from Trump's fashion faux pas, he sat through a 40 minute meeting with Scott who said there was 'no time of tension,' according CNN.

Political writer Emily C. Singer wrote: 'Is Trump wearing a navy suit jacket and black pants?!?!?! This is the next tan suit gate'

Political writer Emily C. Singer wrote: 'Is Trump wearing a navy suit jacket and black pants?!?!?! This is the next tan suit gate'

However, in the wake of the Charlottesville controversy last month Scott did say 'I'm not going to defend the indefensible.'

He added that the President's 'moral authority' was 'compromised,' after his response and reaction to the atrocity.

Although, Scott did optimistically tell reporters he aims to focus on 'the future' as opposed to the comments Trump made after Charlottesville. 

'The Charlottesville comments were the foundation for the conversation but the discussion was about making progress in this nation,' Scott said.

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