Trump Finishes Sunday Shows & Spazzes Into 9-Tweet Freakout

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The president must not have had much to do today. Donald Trump blasted through a dozen tweets like a machine. That would be a petty, irritating, and illegal machine. Today he took aim at an unusual number of people, but this man was at the top of his list.

POTUS keeps saying The New York Times columnist was wrong. Of course, the president did not realize that there is generally a mid-course correction when the stock market outruns itself:

Paul Krugman: Always Wrong, Never in Doubt

Trump hated it when Krugman “called me wrong:”

‘Paul Krugman has called me wrong from day one. People at the Failing New York Times are very angry at him for having “missed” by soooo much. Paul, match over!’

So what have the Trumpsters been saying about Krugman? The National Review had some of the worst comments about Krugman:

‘Well, everyone makes a bad prediction now and then. Go knows I have. But when that happens, you’re supposed to engage in some soul-searching. Was your basic model wrong? Did you engage in motivated reasoning? So, has anyone seen that from any prominent tax-cut supporter? 2/’

Krugman noted that “Republican-leading economist” never said “sorry:”

Have the Republican-leaning economists who praised the cut to the skies issued any mea culpas? Or does being on the right mean never having to say you’re sorry? 3/’

The tax cut has not worked — ever since President Ronald Reagan came up with the “trickle-down economics.” That strategy assumed that the wealthiest businesses and people would generally give their money away. Wrong:

‘The Trump tax cut has been a big flop — huge giveaways to corporations, no visible rise in investment. So the critics were right, and the supporters wrong 1/’

Fox’s Brit Hume attacked Trump and the president retweeted it:

‘Nobody’s perfect, but jeez what a dismal record.’

Then, it was off to give “the Latin defense:”

‘For some reason, these people dislike the Latin term “quid pro quo” or “this for that,” or maybe they do not understand it:’

Oh, how is it that so many are so cheap and so wrong:

‘There’s a power struggle and a policy dispute goiing on.’

Keep telling yourself that:

‘The president did nothing wrong.’

Really, it was that Trump did and still is breaking the Emoluments Clause of the Consitution:

Trump Washington D.C! @TrumpDC’

Then, son Eric Trump earned a few points from dear old Dad:

‘I hope no one who serves our country and volunteers to do the unthinkable is ever treated like this again! Great job @realDonaldTrump! “US Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher has had his rank restored by President Trump”’

He scored a big “Thanks Eric:”

‘Thanks Eric!’

Next, Trump went after the “nasty & obnoxious Chris Wallace (FOX):”

.@SteveScalise blew the nasty & obnoxious Chris Wallace (will never be his father, Mike!) away on Chris’s lowest rated (sic) (unless I’m on) morning show. This kind of dumb and unfair interview would never have happened in the @FoxNews past. Great job Steve!’

Of course, there was the Schiff attack, the representative who runs the House impeachment hearings:

‘Schiff is a Corrupt Politician!’

The president turned to the “crazed, do nothing (sic) Democrats:”

‘The Crazed, Do Nothing (sic) Democrats are turning Impeachment into a routine partisan weapon. That is very bad for our Country, and not what the Founders had in mind!!!!’

Trump must have been really keyed up, misspelling “ststement” from Ukraine. Whatever it was, he told people to read it:

‘Tell Jennifer Williams, whoever that is, to read BOTH transcripts of the presidential calls, & see the just released (sic) ststement ) (sic) from Ukraine. Then she should meet with the other Never Trumpers, who I don’t know & mostly never even heard of, & work out a better presidential attack!’

‘Where is the Fake Whistleblower?’

Twitter world went nuts. Take a look at some of our favorites below:

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