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Watch Paul Ryan Ask Kansas Rep. Roger Marshall Son To Stop Dabbing During Photo-Op.

Whether you like it or not the Trump political era is officially underway. As expected things didn’t start to so smoothly and this was only the day when new Congress members were getting sworn in.

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If yesterday was just a precursor to what to expect for the next four years we are in for a hilarious but nerve-wracking four years. After being sworn in by House Speaker Paul Ryan, Kansas Rep. Roger Marshall (R) stopped to pose for a photo with his family and Ryan. During the photo-op, Marshall’s son hit the dab (a lame one at that) puzzling the newly reelected House Speaker. Ryan could be heard asking the Marshall’s son if he was alright then asked him “do you want to put your hand down?” and “are you going to sneeze?”

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Pretty much shows how out of touch with pop culture Ryan is, peep the hilarious clip below:

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After the strange incident, both Ryan and Marshall tweeted about the moment, with Ryan stating “still don’t get what dabbing is” and Marshall letting the world know he grounded his son for the gesture, great job dad *sarcastic voice*.

Welp, America welcome to 2017, can we also let the dab die though? Just saying!

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By Bernard Smalls (@PhotosByBeanz)

Photographer, Entertainment Editor for Stuff Fly People Like, Tech/Video Games Writer for Hip-Hop Wired and Men's Lifestyle & Pop Culture Writer iOne Digital.

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