President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump joined the millions of Americans gazing skyward on Monday to witness the first U.S.-visible total eclipse in 99 years.
The president and first lady were both photographed wearing the ubiquitous cardboard sunglasses as they watched the eclipse from the White House balcony.
But at one point during the event, Trump was spotted looking up at the sun without any eye protection at all.
Pundits and news watchers took notice, and quickly took to social media to offer their (mostly derisive) thoughts.
The eclipse reached totality along a 70-mile-wide zone stretching diagonally across the United States. Hundreds of cities along the zone of totality braced for a deluge of tourists by selling millions of pairs of viewing glasses and jacking up hotel rates.