Donald Trump Launches Into ANOTHER 4am Twitter Tirade, Advisors Are HORRIFIED (TWEETS)


Just when you thought it was safe to dive back into Twitter, Donald Trump wrested control of his online presence back from his team and went on yet another senseless, divisive, and childish rant. This time, the offender is a newspaper that didn’t provide endlessly flattering coverage of the new president-elect’s transition team.

Following up on the story about Chris Christie’s ousting from the Trump team, The New York Times ran another story describing the chaos, infighting, and firings of other members of the team.

‘Two officials who had been handling national security for the transition, former Representative Mike Rogers of Michigan and Matthew Freedman, a lobbyist who consults with corporations and foreign governments, were fired. Both were part of what officials described as a purge orchestrated by Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser.’

President-elect Trump did not approve, so he relied on tried-and-true methods of venting his anger: insulting media outlets and anyone else who disagrees with him on Twitter.

Actually, The New York Times is the second-most widely read publication with 2,101,611 subscribers and is far from “failing,” but when did facts ever figure in to a Trump Twitter Insult Fest? Remember former Miss Universe, Alicia Muchado, and her non-existent sex tape?

There was no sex tape, but those are small, inconsequential details. The New York Times also reported that story, and apparently, our new president-elect knows how to hold a grudge.

What he doesn’t know how to do, however, is stop embarrassing himself – and the country – by ranting and insulting folks on Twitter.

For its part, The New York Times had this response, also posted on Twitter:

Americans not fearing or favoring Trump, though, just doesn’t seem to fit in the new president’s game plan. So far, his entire retaliation plan seems to be Twitter insults, but who knows how far this attack on American journalism will go?

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