How can someone who uses Twitter so much be SO BAD AT IT?
Donald Trump once again fascinated the Twittersphere on Monday afternoon by taking an unusual route to hammer in some VERY real, totally not misleading information. Trust him.
The President took yet another opportunity to remind his loyal followers that there was absolutely NOTHING going on between his administration and Russia.
But instead of pinning the tweet like a normal person, POTUS took the unconventional way and pasted the nugget of information into his account’s header image.
Trump superimposed a post (above) of Congressional Republicans celebrating the House passing of the Obamacare replacement bill on Thursday, giving the proverbial “thumbs up” over another piece of news he wanted to share, writing:
“Director Clapper reiterated what everybody, including the fake media already knows ├óΓé¼ΓÇó there is ├óΓé¼╦£no evidence’ of collusion w/ Russia and Trump.”
Woo-hoo! Did ya hear that, Mike Pence? We’re off the hook with Russia! Director Clapper said it himself!
What James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence, actually said at the Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing was that the intelligence community hadn’t found any evidence Russia influenced “voter tallies” — but they didn’t have the authority nor the resources to determine if Russia had influenced the outcome of the election.
The Internet, however, didn’t get far enough to dissect the piece of information, as Twitics were too preoccupied by POTUS’s uncouth photoshop methods.
Twitter users grilled the President’s staffers (probably the same one who repeatedly uses a 39-star American Flag) for the faux pas, which unsurprisingly provided them with unlimited trolling opportunities.
After the photoshopped banner turned into the latest meme for fill-in-the-blank dumbass Trump quotes, the President’s header image was quickly switched out with a caption-less photo. Sad!
Take a look at the creative endeavors Trump’s Twitter fail inspired (below)!
Nixon: “I am not a crook”
Clinton: “I did not have sexual relations with that woman”
The President’s Twitter-banner denial of collusion with Russian intelligence services speaks for itself.
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Brad Heath (@bradheath) May 9, 2017
Sigh. Just another day…
[Image via Twitter.]