Trump’s Saturday Twitter Ramblings Were Some of His Most Embarrassing Yet

There’s no denying the fact that Donald Trump’s an unhinged, mentally-incompetent buffoon who lashes out at people on social media like petulant tween venting about their parents after being grounded for the weekend.



And these things are getting worse — much worse.

Saturday was a prime example. Following two days where he unleashed horrific attacks against MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, it seems “The Donald” spent most of his day Saturday whining on Twitter about the two Morning Joe hosts and, as always, the “fake news” media.

Let’s just get right to these:

I love how he says “word is” — without providing a single source. That makes sense, because that’s not why she was let go. After being on air for six months, her ratings were rather abysmal, while most of the networks other shows have seen their viewership grow, which is likely the reason why MSNBC parted ways with her.

Considering Trump’s source for this claim was “word is,” with the story not being remotely true, this is what one might call actual fake news.

Of course, he was far from done:

Nothing like a guy who continues to refuse to release his tax returns — while lying about why he won’t release them — accusing others of “hiding something” for not wanting to turn over documents. Using his “logic,” if these states are trying to “hide” something by not releasing this information to him, then what’s he hiding in his returns?

Furthermore, several of these states are controlled by Republicans, while many have actual state laws prohibiting them from turning over some of the information Trump’s wanting.

For the record, I’d like to point out that if Barack Obama had put together a “commission” that was ordering all 50 states to turn over personal voter registration information — conservatives would be losing their damn minds.

Then he continued harping on CNN for having to retract one story about an associate and their dealings with Russia:

It’s sad that he’s too stupid to realize CNN having the journalistic integrity to actually retract the story, and admit that they were wrong, proves they’re a credible source of information. However, the fact that he’s still going on and on about this one story is simply pathetic.



Next up, he took more shots at Scarborough and Brzezinski:

You know who is a bad person? He is.

It is absolutely embarrassing this is the “President” of the United States insulting people like this. I don’t give a damn what your political beliefs are, this is not how a “president” should behave — ever.

After several hours, apparently someone didn’t take their afternoon nap, and Trump was back whining about the media — again:

Irony: The guy who was helped by a flood of fake news — as well as a highly-sophisticated cyber attack against his opponent — claiming that he used social media to “beat fake news.”

Not only that, but while he won the electoral college, he still lost to Hillary Clinton by 3 million votes and 54 percent of the country voted against him. In fact, he was arguably the biggest loser ever “elected president.”

Without a doubt, if it wasn’t for fake news and the Russian cyber attack against Clinton, there’s absolutely no way Trump “wins” last November.

He followed that nonsense with this idiotic tweet:

It’s not using social media that’s not presidential, it’s the petty, disgusting, childish tempter tantrums he throws on social media that are the problem. He acts like using social media for a president is something he invented.

For the record, while his 33.1 million Twitter followers are impressive — that pales in comparison to Barack Obama’s 91.4 million.

The biggest difference being, Obama actually knows how to behave like a mature, competent, and mentally sound adult on social media — and in all aspects of his life, for that matter. Unlike Trump who humiliates this country on a daily basis.

Then came possibly the best example of Trump’s immaturity I’ve seen:

Just — wow.

Grow. The. Hell. Up. You. Damn. Child.

That’s all I’m going to say about that tweet — grow the hell up.

As we head toward the Fourth of July, a holiday where we should all come together to respect and honor our country, Donald Trump spent most of his Saturday reminding everyone that we now have a neurotic buffoon in charge of the nation. We’ve gone from George Washington, to Lincoln, to FDR, to Obama, with many brilliant and flawed men in between — to this petty, bottom-feeding national embarrassment.

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Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.

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  • Harriet Smith

    The media is losing its balls. Is Trump not libelous for anything he has tweeted?