Trump’s AM Tweets Smell Desperate As 2020 Approaches

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Donald Trump has evidenced more and more instability as the 2020 presidential campaign draws nearer. Bill Maher appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe show and said that the election was the Democrats to lose — they must bring a fighter to the forefront. He added that even if the Dems win, do not expect POTUS with his 28 percent of loyal followers to leave office. Check out today’s crazies.

Trump retweeted his campaign manager’s tweet saying that “socialism SUCKS.” Technically, Social Security and Medicare fall into that category, but Parscale siphoned off his millions, so what does he care:

Socialism SUCKS and @TeamTrump is flying high above the Dem debate in Houston to remind the circus in town that their policies will hurt Houston, Texas and America!

The president said he wanted the U.S.’s interest rates to drop to “zero or lower.” Did he mean people would pay America for us to borrow from then? Then, he attacked the Federal Reserve again today:

‘ European Central Bank, acting quickly, Cuts Rates 10 Basis Points. They are trying, and succeeding, in depreciating the Euro against the VERY strong Dollar, hurting U.S. exports…. And the Fed sits, and sits, and sits. They get paid to borrow money, while we are paying interest!’

After that, he had to retweet his golden boy Secretary Mike Pompeo’s message about going after Venezuela:

The U.S. joins 11 partner nations in invoking the Rio Treaty to confront the political, economic, & humanitarian crisis unleashed by Maduro on #Venezuela & the region. Together we will consider multilateral economic & political options to end the havoc

Someone needs to explain to Trump that wishing does not necessarily make China purchase “large amounts of agriculture products:”

‘It is expected that China will be buying large amounts of our agricultural products!’

Twitter world went nuts. Check out some of our favorites below:

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