Trump Makes COMPLETE Fool Of Himself With Wildly Insecure Twitter Post (TWEET)

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Whoops, Donald, your stupid is showing AGAIN.

While newly inaugurated President Donald Trump is trying to get you to believe that he actually has what it takes to be president of this country and not run it into the ground, he continues to get such basics wrong as the date of when a photo was taken.

Early Tuesday morning, the new president tweeted a photo of an image that he wrote was about to be hung up in the White House press hall. The image is, ironically enough, a panoramic view of the crowd attending Donald Trump’s inauguration.

The tweet and image is featured below.

With the photographer Abbas Shirmohammadi having been born in Iran, Trump likely enjoyed touting appreciation for something that the immigrant photographer has done.

Here’s the thing, though. The date on the image is the wrong one. The photograph is marked “January 21, 2016.” Donald Trump wasn’t inaugurated on January 21; rather, he was inaugurated on January 20.

There is another aspect to Trump’s tweet that is disturbing as well — it’s ridiculously petty. Trump and his press secretary, Sean Spicer, have been carrying on a now days long and continuing feud with the press over their reporting of the fact that Obama’s first inauguration drew bigger crowds than Trump’s first inauguration. Spicer said that the reporting on that fact was “demoralizing” to the president and his team.

Now, a photo of the crowds on inauguration day is set to be in front of reporters every time they go into the White House press hall. If that’s not the most petty thing ever…

Trump’s Twitter addiction, for what it’s worth, has already produced other gaffes besides this one in the short while that he’s been in office. There’s also the more potently disturbing fact of what the president of the United States and leader of the free world is saying outside of Twitter, such as his recent resurrection of the claim that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election.

No such thing took place.

Featured Image via J. Scott Applewhite/ Pool/ AP/ Anadolu Agency/ Getty Images.