Trump Wakes In Pre-Dawn Panic, Tweets 4 Highly Erratic Statements


Donald Trump keeps repeating himself, but in a way that makes people nervous. He ramps up the intensity of his statements in his tweets as the pressure from the Russia conspiracy case escalates, and the House Democrats begin their investigations. How inflamed can Trump become before he break?

In his morning tweets, Trump begin with his diatribe against Mueller “The Witch Hunt.” POTUS claimed that it will be “the greatest scandal” ever, as if that were some kind of achievement for him:

‘“….(The Witch Hunt) in time likely will become recognized as the greatest scandal in American political history, marking the first occasion in which the U.S. government bureaucrats sought to overturn an election (presidential)!” Victor Davis Hanson And got caught! @FoxNews’

The man sitting in the Oval Office, at least some of the time, went on to criticize the media and give himself a questionable pat on the back:

‘Had the opposition party (no, not the Media) won the election, the Stock Market would be down at least 10,000 points by now. We are heading up, up, up!’

For some reason, the commander-in-chief thought his prediction of lawsuits was something to brag about, “As I predicted:”

‘As I predicted, 16 cities, led mostly by Open Border Democrats and the Radical Left, have filed a lawsuit in, of course, the 9th Circuit! California, the state that has wasted billions of dollars on their out of control Fast Train, with no hope of completion, seems in charge!’

Then, the president rejoiced in the failure of California’s “Fast Train project,” because it was in California — his enemy for costing him the popular vote. How can a man live with so many enemies? He tweeted:

‘The failed Fast Train project in California, were the cost overruns are becoming world record setting, is hundreds of times more expensive than the desperately needed Wall!’

Twitter world heated up after those presidential tweets. Check out some of our favorites below:

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