No one is safe when it comes to Donald Trumps Twitter attacks. The President took to Twitter bright and early his morning saying, “can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!”
The tweet was a response to Snoop Dogg’s latest music video where he points a gun (a fake one, of course) at a clown dressed like Trump.
The President has previously attacked Meryl Streep, Kristen Stewart, Rosie O’Donnell, Sarah Jessica Parker, Arnold Schwarzenegger…
No matter what your opinion of Donald Trump may be, you have to admit that his Twitter page is extremely entertaining. The man has no limits; he’ll go after anyone from Snoop Dogg to his presidential predecessor. He attacks entire news media corporations, while also finding time to personally scold department stores. What he lacks in presidential capability, he certainly makes up for in sheer entertainment.
Starting the countdown with:
#10 When Trump decided to wish everyone a happy New Year and even gave a shoutout to his enemies at the end of 2016. Way to start off the new year on a positive note, am I right?
#9 When he told a court… that he’d see them… in court. After The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled to block Trump’s travel ban, the president responded:
I’m still trying to figure out how exactly one takes a court to court.
#8 There isn’t enough space on all of Two Buttons Deep’s archives to include his many attacks on the press, but here’s one of my favorite examples:
Anyone that disagrees with president Trump qualifies as fake news… so does that make us fake news? I guess we’ll have to see if we earn a tweet from the Twitter troll himself.
#7 When he attacked the Women’s March on Washington and blamed part of it on celebrities when, in fact, he is a celebrity.
“Celebs hurt cause badly,” says Trump. Well that’s simply not a sentence. It’s just not. No joke here, just confusion. P.S. Those people did vote, sir. That’s why you lost the popular vote.
#6 I know we already talked about his fake news rants, but come on now.
#5 When he explained that he inherited a mess, but somehow has the time to tweet about it.
#4 When he personally attacked Nordstrom for not wanting to sell his daughter’s clothing line.
Poor, Ivanka. How will she ever survive without her line at Nordstrom? I guess she’ll just have to live on that measly $150 million net worth of hers.
#3 When he accused President Obama of wiretapping… with absolutely no evidence.
Kellyanne Conway’s comments only added to the circus when she accused the former president of using microwaves as a form of surveillance.
Q: Do you know if Trump Tower was wiretapped?
Kellyanne: There was an article this week—you can be spied on via a camera in your microwave pic.twitter.com/rObFkIrLGG
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) March 13, 2017
#2 When he called one of the most highly-acclaimed actresses of this generation, “over-rated.”
Meryl Streep for president?
#1 Finishing up with his most hysterical tweet so far, and my personal favorite, when he expressed his overwhelming respect for women on International Women’s Day.
You and I have very different ideas of what, “respect,” is, Mr. President.
Moral of the story: Everyone is fake news (that means you, “failing New York Times”), microwaves make excellent surveillance equipment, it’s possible to take a court to court, and most importantly, our president has tremendous respect for women.
All I’m saying is that they will write about this man in future history textbooks, and students will be giving presentations about these tweets.