Yesterday was a snow day in D.C., meaning popular vote loser Donald Trump didn’t have those pesky Presidential duties to distract him from his primary priority, tweeting.
And boy did he ever do some serious Tweeting: Trump went on a strange and epic rant about the Russia probe that featured Tweets like this, in which he misspelled “counsel” as “council” no less than 6 times:
But it didn’t stop there. Trump went on a bizarre tirade about Vladimir Putin after he found out it was leaked to the media that Trump’s advisers had written “DO NOT CONGRATULATE” in their notes to him for his call with Putin.
The leak was incredibly embarrassing, as it shows the public that Trump has to be managed like a child, as well as the fact that he’s a Russian puppet.
Trump exploded with a tweet saying “I called President Putin of Russia to congratulate him on his election victory (in past, Obama called him also). The Fake News Media is crazed because they wanted me to excoriate him. They are wrong! Getting along with Russia (and others) is a good thing, not a bad thing……. They can help solve problems with North Korea, Syria, Ukraine, ISIS, Iran and even the coming Arms Race. Bush tried to get along, but didn’t have the ‘smarts.’ Obama and Clinton tried, but didn’t have the energy or chemistry (remember RESET). PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH!”
Bill Palmer asks some very important questions:
“First, is Donald Trump so far gone from reality that he thinks doubling down on his status as Putin’s puppet somehow helps him? Second, when was the last time Trump attacked Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and George W. Bush in the same tweet? Finally, since when does Donald Trump know a word like “excoriate,” let alone how to spell it? Looks like perhaps one of Trump’s handlers did make it to work during the snow day, and brought along a thesaurus. It’s also notable that everything in Trump’s Putin tweet was spelled correctly, while nearly everything in his earlier Mueller tweet was spelled incorrectly.”
There’s no way in hell that Trump does know the word “excoriate” or how to use it correctly in a sentence. And also, yeah, the more you protest the Russia probe and Robert Mueller, the less anyone actually believes you, Donald.