Trump’s Top Tweets
By Anna Lawson
It is amazing what you can accomplish with 280 characters. Current President Donald Trump has tweeted some controversial things through the popular social media platform, Twitter. He has constantly been the subject of public scrutiny and intense media coverage. However, this negative attention is something he brings unto himself due to his senseless and laughable tweets. Here I have compiled a list of some of Trump’s most ridiculous tweets.
There are many problems with this tweet. First of all, this was tweeted November 6, 2012, so Trump is referring to the 2012 presidential election when Barack Obama won both the popular and electoral vote. Maybe Trump just disregarded the results as fake news. Second, this may be one of his more ironic tweets. Just four years later Trump accomplished the same thing that his tweet criticized. In the 2016 election, Trump won the electoral vote but lost the popular vote by three million people. Glenelg Junior Lucy Loazer believes that “a person like him who is constantly in the spotlight needs to double check that the things they are posting actually make sense and don’t make them sound offensive or rude.” I cannot say that I disagree.
Trump is a 71 year old adult. Most would think that by this age a person would have outgrown the childish desire of being better than someone else. However, this is Trump we are talking about. It has become increasingly clear that he does not realize the severity of a nuclear war. Instead he would rather focus his attention on announcing that he has a bigger and better nuclear button than North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-Un. Junior Tad Henley said, “It is crazy how the President is so concerned with being superior to other people that he does not even realize how ridiculous he sounds.” I believe that the leader of the country should be trying to prevent a disaster rather than encouraging one.
Although this was tweeted before his presidency, Trump has always had a spotlight on him, whether it be from his TV show Celebrity Apprentice or from his various buildings and businesses around the world. There is no question that this is not appropriate behavior for the President of the United States. His choice of vocab at the beginning of the tweet is offensive to everyone reading. He then proceeds to praise himself for his allegedly high I.Q. followed by some reassurance that it is not the public’s fault that they are dumber than he is. Not exactly the kind of respect one would expect from an adult.
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