It’s a new day and a new Trump Twitter tirade against everyone and everything who offends him, including a fellow unhinged world leader, a social media platform, and a former political rival. Once again, the president has gotten up bright and early to retweet slideshows that prove he knows more than one black person, as well as lob a few more shots at Kim Jong Un. Trump called it a night on Thursday with a tweet about how Friday would be “a big day for the U.S. at the United Nations,” but after learning of Jong Un’s “dotard” comments—and doing a quick dictionary search for the word “dotard”—he went right back to taunting the North Korean leader.
Naturally, Trump, a man with a weak grasp of geography and who just exudes ignorance, would consider a test the biggest threat he can make against another powerful individual. He might want to do some reading up on his own, though, because that “madman” insult is just weak compared to “dotard.”
But Trump also reserved some of his rage for Rand Paul, who he promises to brand as “the Republican who saved ObamaCare [sic].” Actually, that goes for anyone not willing to repeal and replace, i.e., doom millions of Americans.
The toddler in chief took a short break from ranting to share a post about the most tweeted about world leaders, a list he topped, though there’s no indication that any of those were favorable tweets. But he went right back into pre-inauguration mode with this response to news that Russia may have used Facebook advertising to influence the 2016 election.
Trump, who was probably getting sleepy by then, fell back on his “fake news” and “Crooked Hillary” rallying cries. Then, presumably after having had some breakfast, he returned to what he loves best—campaigning.