Devin Nunes's Face After Gordon Sondland Testified Says Everything About How the Testimony Is Going for Trump, and Now It's a Meme

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 19: Ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Devin Nunes (L) (R-CA) and minority counsel Steve Castor confer during a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee in the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill November 19, 2019 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony from Jennifer Williams, adviser to Vice President Mike Pence for European and Russian affairs, and National Security Council Director for European Affairs Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, during the third day of open hearings in the impeachment inquiry against U.S. President Donald Trump, whom House Democrats say held back U.S. military aid for Ukraine while demanding it investigate his political rivals. (Photo by Jacquelyn Martin - Pool/Getty Images)

House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-CA) and Republican Counsel for the Intelligence Committee Stephen Castor haven't had an easy go of it during these two weeks of public impeachment hearings.

Nunes has delivered little more than conspiracy theories and name-calling in his lackluster rebuttals to Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff's arguments for President Donald Trump's impeachment. The hashtag #DevinNunesIsAnIdiot trended on Twitter for two days straight after the testimony of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and Vice Presidential Aide Jennifer Williams.

On Wednesday, after damning testimony from Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, the looks exchanged between Nunes and Castor as the hearing recessed said it all.

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Sondland, who was expected to be one of the witnesses friendlier to Trump, implicated not only the President, his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Vice President Mike Pence, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, but Sondland also further confirmed the existence of a quid pro quo: that a White House meeting and investigations into former Vice President Joe Biden had to occur in order to lift a hold on congressionally approved military aid.

Twitter users couldn't help but cackle at the pair's frustration.

It wasn't long until people added their own spin to the viral moment.

Reporters in the room with Nunes noted that the look didn't last for just a moment.

With the seventh round of public impeachment hearings underway today, Nunes face isn't likely to lighten up any time soon.

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