President Donald Trump continues to keep tweeting towards the very top of his priorities list. This Friday, he took to the platform to rant against New York state officials following the revelation that he’d be filing a declaration of domicile in Florida, meaning he’s legally moving away from New York, although of course he still lives in D.C. for now. As president of the United States, with an endless array of other possible focuses, Trump spent his late Friday afternoon belittling leaders of large jurisdictions with even a racial slur against Italians as if he’s intent on convincing us all that he really can do “whatever” he wants, as he’s claimed previously.
He railed using an ethnic slur toward Italian Americans:
‘I love New York, but New York can never be great again under the current leadership of Governor Andrew Cuomo (the brother of Fredo), or Mayor Bill DeBlasio. Cuomo has weaponized the prosecutors to do his dirty work… NYC is getting dirty & unsafe again, as our great police are being disrespected, even with water dumped on them, because a Mayor and Governor just don’t “have their backs.”.. Great leaders would work with a President… that wants our wonderful City and State to flourish and thrive. I Love New York!’
Are you kidding? Trump just spent multiple tweets ripping into Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio over their supposed gross incompetence — he also complained that New York leaders aren’t more keen on opening up opportunities to drill for oil in the state, among other things. Even still, he finds no issue with turning around and complaining that it’s supposedly them who are being uncooperative. Does he have any self-awareness?
Besides the above, Trump also returned to what’s lately been a faithful well for outlandish vitriol and railed against House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.
At one point, he offered the bombastic assertion:
‘The public is watching and seeing for themselves how unfair this process is. Corrupt politicians, Pelosi and Schiff, are trying to take down the Republican Party. It will never happen, we will take back the House!’
It’s not a conspiracy. It’s a duly proceeding judicial investigation in response to the president’s demonstrable wrongdoing.
Besides the above, he also weighed in on a couple of political races, against Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and now former Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke.
Check out Twitter’s response…