Treasury secretary's wife Louise Linton raises eyebrows with latest photo-op

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is on the money, literally -- and his wife couldn't appear happier about it.

On Wednesday, the two took a tour of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing along with U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza to witness firsthand the production of crisp, new $1 bills -- the first form of currency that will bear their signatures.

And, judging from the photos, Linton appeared excited about it.

In fact, very excited about it.

Naturally, the people of Twitter took notice of the photos of the happy couple and the newly printed cash.

And things appeared to go downhill from there.

Many used the opportunity to make accusations about Linton's excitement.

Others raised concern about the treasury secratary's wife's level of clearance.

And several users made critical remarks about Linton's choice of attire.

See more reactions to the photos here:

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Treasury secretary's wife raises eyebrows in photo
@yashar she's only with him for his astonishingly good looks and personality
@yashar what is she doing there? how did she get any kind of clearance?
@yashar She’s wearing a glove because she’s never touched a one dollar bill before and she’s not sure if it’s safe
@yashar 😬😬😬😬😬😬😬
@yashar I want to know the security procedures in that facility. Because I too as a non-government individual wo…
@yashar @KevinNR But more importantly, who was she wearing? smh
@limesandcilantr @yashar @UrbanAchievr
@yashar Marry someone who looks at you the way she looks at that dough.
@yashar When will they get past this awkward "oh my god I can't believe they let us into the government" phase
@yashar Apparently it was Take Your Trophy Wife to Work Day?
@yashar @POTUStupid I didn't realize she was a part of he Federal Reserve !! ??
@yashar Yes, and some people buy those sheets for wrapping paper
@yashar I didn’t realize his wife was a Sith Lord.

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