Trump Tweets: The President’ Melt-Down Edition

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It’s Friday.

October is nearly upon us. Can you believe it?

For Finally Friday the President has taken to Twitter 14 times, he deleted 2, giving him so far a total of 12 tweets.

The Apostrophe =’s a Hypen tweet.

According to Mediaite the President is reacting to a chyron that appeared on CNN. CNN assumed that President Trump had misspelled the word “little” in a tweet the President issued on Thursday after Acting DNI Joseph Maguire testified before the House Intelligence Committee.

Liddle is not a word.

Some punctuation shade from the Dictionary.

It’s worth noting he also spelled describing wrong.

The President Pisses on the Constitution Tweet.

In our country we have this little thing called the Constitution. This document gives us the citizen the ability to lament, support, dismiss, argue, with words against all government officials. So, in my mind, the President is once again showing how ignorant he is regarding our Republic’s founding.

“should not even be allowed to write about me,” steps all over the very first Amendment in the Constitution.

As a reminder the President, along with all members of our government swear an oath to protect the Constitution.

According to his bio @ the New York Times, Peter Baker has written five books. He worked at the Washington Post for 20 years before moving in 2008 to the New York Times. His wife Susan Glasser writes a weekly column “on life in Trump’s Washington,” for The New Yorker.

On Thursday Baker published an article about the two months after the President’s phone call with the newly elected Ukraine President that was recently made public, after a whistleblower came forward expressing concern many had regarding the July 25th phone call.

In his article Baker describes the day the phone call was placed. Nobody in the White House had limited the number of people present, as they assumed the call would be a routine, it turned it wasn’t routine.

As the President has noted, he believes asking the Ukrainian President to “do us a favor,” and investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, was “pitch perfect,” or a very “nice call,” but Baker explains that “While the president saw nothing wrong with his request, officials who heard it quickly worried that it would be problematic at best and set about finding ways to keep the conversation hidden.”

The whistleblower complaint.

The mock-up of the phone call.

The how dare Adam Schiff make stuff up that’s my job tweets.

He later tweeted his displeasure that Schiff offered his own worded view of the President’s nice call with Ukraine.

During his opening statement from Thursday’s House Intelligence Committee’s hearing Chairman Schiff likened the phone call between the President and Zelensky as a “classic organized crime shakedown.” He went on to offer is own words in place of what President Trump said.

Schiff’s opening statement in part.

Shorn of its rambling character and in not so many words this is the essence of what the President communicates.

We’ve been very good to your country, very good, no other country has done as much as we have, but you know what I don’t see much reciprocity here. I hear what you want I have a favor, I want from you though and I’m gonna say this only seven times so you better listen good. I want you to make up dirt on my political opponent understand lots of it on this and on that. I’m gonna put you in touch with people and not just any people, I’m gonna put you in touch with Attorney General of the United States. My Attorney General, Bill Barr, he’s got the whole weight of the America law enforcement behind and I’m put you in touch with Rudy you’re gonna love him trust me. You know what I’m asking and so I’m only gonna say this a few more times in a few more ways. And by the way don’t call me again. I’ll call you when you’ve done what I asked.

This is in sum and character what the President was trying to communicate with the President of Ukraine.

Chairman Adam Schiff’s Full Statement. 9/26/19

The Wall Street Journal explains that after Republicans objected to Schiff’s poetic license he said they were “meant to be at least, part in parody.”

Schiff responded to President Trump’s tweet via Twitter.

I’m not entirely sure what Schiff needs investigated for, but I have to laugh out loud, over the ire making up things brings the right.

Irony apparently refuses to die.

The random tweets.

Levin says: I WANT TO KNOW WHO WROTE THIS! Speaking of the lawfully protected whistleblower’s identity.

Look at me being Presidential. As a reminder he told the U.S. he invited the Taliban to Camp David, but cancelled the meeting, two days before the 18th anniversary of 9-11.

ALL CAPS bragging about his brilliant beautiful phone call.

The “there is a spy!” tweet.

White House reporter Eli Stokols reported for the L.A. Times on Thursday that during a private event the President called the media “animals.” Said that the Whistleblower was like a spy.

The he cry’s harder tweet.

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