After suffering a full week of humiliating Trump, Twitter delivers new shame with its latest anti-trump hashtag.
Trump has suffered one of the worst periods in presidential history beginning on Thanksgiving.
Trump sounded like some mad man losing it as he took time out from golfing at his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida to give a bizarre speech at the local Coast Guard Station on Thanksgiving Day, ranting about an invisible fighter jet and Hollywood movies.
Thanksgiving evening, The New York Times delivered the bombshell news that Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn might be cooperating with special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Then, on Friday, Trump was humiliated by Time Magazine – not once, but twice – after tweeting that he had turned down the offer to be named as Time’s Man [Person] of the Year.
Conservative commentator Bill Kristol weighed in on the controversy, tweeting that he hoped that Robert Mueller would end up being named Time’s Person of the Year.
Next, Twitter was merciless in its response when Trump had a Twitter Tantrum about main stream media ending with a post about a “FAKE NEWS TROPHY!” That post received more than 51K comments in less than 3 hours.
There was another series of Twitter humiliations after Trump posted about Russia on Saturday.
Monday, former CIA and National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden expressed outrage over Trump’s weekend assault on free press and the first amendment. John E. McLaughlin, the former Deputy Director of Central Intelligence and former Acting Director of Central Intelligence, expressed his own ire over Trump’s weekend Twitter tantrum.
Also on Monday, there was Trump’s Pocahontas slur and Alex Baldwin’s withering takedown later that evening as he channeled Trump during a speech at an Iowa Democratic fundraiser, apologizing for that racist remark.
That takes us to Wednesday, when Trump received a sharp rebuke from one of our nation’s closest allies.
The British government delivered a rare rebuke of President Donald Trump Wednesday for retweeting inflammatory anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant videos originally shared by a far-right U.K. political group.
Trump shared three videos posted by Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of the fringe group Britain First, which opposes what it calls the “Islamization” of Britain and has engaged in a series of stunts, including occupying mosques.
“It is wrong for the president to have done this,” Prime Minister Theresa May said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Twitter explodes in hilarity with the hashtag: #OnTheDayTrumpResigns.
Below are a few favorites:
— Joe N. Brown, Sr. (@AuthorJoeNBrown) November 30, 2017
— Rainer Novak🌈🌊❄️📎🖖🏽👽 (@rainer_novak) November 30, 2017
— Chris Stonehouse (@chrisasabutton) November 29, 2017
— Suzie Magee (@imsuziemagee) November 29, 2017