Trump’s Latest Tweet About St Patrick Day Offends Thousands On Twitter

Tweets speak for themselves as they’re a summation of what’s going on in your head using characters. That’s why The president of the United States of America, Donald Trump’s tweets almost always stirs up drama.

Sarah Sanders, from The White House, has agreed that Donald Trump’s tweets and retweets ‘speak for themselves’. This totally marks the originality of his tweets. Over the weekend The President of The United States used Twitter to shake tables.

Ana Cabrera of CNN News said that the president, instead of offering support to the Muslim Community due to the recent Christchurch shooting in New Zealand, was tweeting about ‘Saturday Night Live’.

One of Trump’s critics, George Conway tweeted and pinned this tweet on Sunday. “His condition is getting worse,” he said in reference to Trump’s psychological situation.

Bill Kristol, another one of his critics tweeted: “Fellow Republicans, read today’s tweets and retweets. Don’t avert your eyes. Averting your eyes is refusing to come to grips with Trump’s mental condition and psychological state. It’s avoiding reality.”

Dan Rather said he thinks that the public has a sense that they’re facing a storm, and that, the tweets are ridiculous but keep coming unrelenting.

Trump, after defending two of Fox’s hosts, Pirro, and Tucker Carlson, and criticizing three other hosts, used Twitter to send a long message to Fox News concerning Jeanine Pirro’s recent private suspension after her public condemnation. Fox News is avoiding drama with the President, hence they kept mute on the issue about how one of their best correspondents supported him diplomatically to keep things mellow.

David Nakamura dropped a bomb with his tweet saying that ‘The president, over the weekend, condemned a rerun of ‘SNL’ rather than condemning the professed white-supremacist motives of the guilty mass killer of Christchurch mosque Muslims in New Zealand.’

Pete Newswanger

Finance as a subject has always intrigued me, first as an economics student and then as a writer. I started my career as an investment banker and started part-time writing for business chronicles. My writing interest is majorly focused on areas such as entrepreneurship, strategy planning for big and small businesses and stock markets.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *