Trump Trampled On Twitter

Trump was thoroughly trampled on Twitter today by such notables as Vicente Fox, the former president of Mexico, after posting a ridiculous early morning tweet. 

Trump took to Twitter in the wee hours of the morning on Friday to whimper about reports of the abject failure of his first 100 days in office.

“No matter how much I accomplish during the ridiculous standard of the first 100 days, & it has been a lot (including S.C.), media will kill!” he tweeted, referring to his recent Supreme Court appointment of Neil Gorsuch.

Blow-back was quick, with several notable individuals responding such as CNN’s senior political correspondent, David Axelrod, who tweeted: “Inoculation in advance for next week’s 100 day report card. ‘Mom, I’m just saying. I did good work. That teacher just HATES me.'”

Former Guantanamo Chief Prosecutor and retired USAF Colonel Morris Davis took a more direct approach, tweeting: “Whiner-in-Chief & Perpetual Victim needs to put on his big boy Huggies Little Mover & make an effort to at least look like a leader. Enjoy!”

Several hours later he posted an additional tweet stating: “If this was a profile people would be saying “Oh yeah! Nothing’s hotter than a 70 year old whiny, pathetic loser!'”

Vicente Fox Quesada, the president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, reminded Twitter viewers that Trump himself set the agenda, tweeting a screenshot of “Trump’s Contract with the American Voter” from his campaign website. You can see the full contract – as published by the Trump campaign by clicking here.

Mike Jollett, the singer guitarist and frontman for the Los Angeles-based indie rock band the Airborne Toxic Event, tweeted the following chart:

There were several others. Be sure to click on his tweet at the top of this article and check them out, or click here.

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