On Wednesday, President Donald Trump journeyed to the Vatican to visit the head of the Catholic Church, His Holiness Pope Francis. When the Pope and President Trump stopped for a photo-op, the Bishop of Rome looked rather, well, miserable.

First, let's state the obvious: the photo is hilarious, no matter which side of the aisle you sit on politically. But, in true leftist fashion, anti-Trumpers used the photo to suggest Pope Francis absolutely hates Trump and simply could not contain his disgust for the cameras; Slate, GQ, and New York Magazine, among others, all ran stories with such a suggestion, focused on selective photos of the Pope not smiling.

This just isn't the case.

Here's are photos of Trump with a smiling Pope, which some have purposefully chosen not to highlight.

Pope Francis meets United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the Apostolic Palace on May 24, 2017 in Vatican City, Vatican.

And here's the Pope with President Obama and former Secretary of State John Kerry with the same non-smiling face he has in the now-viral photo with Trump, what I've dubbed "Resting Pope Face." Clever, I know.

Of course, President Trump and the Pope had words about walls and borders during the 2016 presidential campaign, and the Pope clearly holds a strongly progressive stance on man-made Climate Change, but the "Trump is so evil, even the Pope hates him" is silly.

And let's also note, while Pope Francis gave the POTUS a signed copy of his work addressing man-made Climate Change at his Wednesday meeting, His Holiness gave then-President Obama a copy of Evangelii Gaudium, a book on morality, covering the horror of abortion, when they met back in 2014.

In other words, this is just the Pope being the Pope, not hating on no-good, terrible Trump.