Trump Goes Off Rails On Twitter: The Best Of The Internet’s Replies

By Ben Lewis 

It appears that the President of The United States woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning. In a series of tweets that he no doubt believes are modern-day Presidential, he attacked–in no particular order–the Failing New York Times, Leaks, Crooked Hillary Clinton, Fake News, ObamaCare, James Comey, and something called the “Amazon Washington Post.”  Oh yes, and he misspelled “Special Counsel” as “Special Council,” but I suppose when one is furiously hate-tweeting about just about anything and everything when one should be running the country, there’s little time for trivial details like proofreading one’s Tweets.

Even by Trump standards, today’s tweetstorm was over the top. Here’s a sampling:

Of course, the internet wasted no time in roasting the Tweeter-In-Chief:\

All in all, it certainly appears that conservative pundit Bill Kristol summed it up best:

Welcome to your first day on the job Mr. Scarammuci!

One comment

  1. The United States has had 44 presidents prior to Trump. Some of them called to our better angels, some not so much. Some were brilliant, some were barely passable. But, none were as unqualified or as temperamentally unfit as Trump. A minority of Americans, thanks to an archaic election system, elevated a man who is not qualified to even be the mayor of a small town. Let alone be president.

    Here is what the hayseeds believe Donald Trump is going to do.:

    1. Destroy the federal government as we know it.
    2. Get rid of a bunch of minorities.
    3. Get rid of Obamacare and watch the poor die. My previously unaffordable insurance is down to just $85/month. My car insurance, from Insurance-Panda, is now just $25/month. Under Trump, healthcare will be $500/month or more.
    4. Make the lives of poor kids, the sick, and the elderly worse than they already are.
    5. Drop a bunch of bombs on some colored people in some country somewhere.
    6. Cut taxes on the rich.

    It’s not a partisan issue, as he’s not really a Republican, it’s the person. He’s a narcissist who can’t abide criticism and has no empathy for others, a petty and vindictive man. A person with no intellectual curiosity, who doesn’t read and doesn’t want to learn how to do his job. He also lacks a moral compass, he’s neither decent nor honorable. He’ll be a “blot” in US history.

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