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Good Morning! Donald Trump Has Gone Mad on Twitter

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | March 4, 2017 |

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | March 4, 2017 |

After being relatively quiet on Twitter the last week, Donald Trump saved it all up for an extended tweet storm this morning that really highlighted the man’s paranoia, his inability to spell, his thin skin, and his fondness for conspiracy theories. His handlers must have let him watch too much TV again. Sad!

Remember how many people thought Donald Trump was “presidential” after the Joint Session speech? This should shatter any such illusion.

Here he is accusing President Obama of tapping his phone without any evidence whatsoever (it’s unclear what prompted it, but some are suggesting it arose out of a conspiracy theory floating by radio host Mark Levin that was written up on Brietbart).

This sounds like a man desperate to shift the focus of the controversy away from himself, but this only makes the man look unhinged and paranoid. These are the things that people yell in movies before men in white coats come and take them away.

(For the record, it might be possible that the FBI did surveil his phone calls. If Trump’s connections with Russia were as deep as we believe, a judge may have granted the FBI a wiretap.)

Here he is trying to resurrect a horse he beat to death on Twitter yesterday.

Uh huh. The White House is supposed to meet with Russian ambassadors. It’s part of their job. People involved in election campaigns do not need to meet with Russian envoys, and they really don’t need to lie about it. Under oath.

Finally, Arnie stepped down from Celebrity Apprentice earlier this week, saying that he loved working on the show, but that it came “with too much baggage,” a reference to Trump.

Here’s Trump’s response.

How Presidential!

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