It’s amazing how President Trump had so much time at his disposal last night as he kept making tweets and returning to reply to his own tweet in the middle of so much to do following the recent unrest from George Floyd death and protest to Rayshard Brooks death and protest to police reform and coronavirus damages not to mention elections.
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Looks like it’s also pretty much lonely right at the top too, which might explain why The U.S. President Donald Trump took time last night to chat with himself on Twitter.
Running through his own timeline, Trump saw a comment he made on Sunday and felt that everyone should know he hadn’t changed his mind in the intervening two days and retweeted it with the words “So true!”.
So true! https://t.co/E8Fy0zuKQB
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 16, 2020
The self-congratulation over his ironically loud tweet about a silent majority inevitably raised a few eyebrows as Americans quickly noticed what was going on and started reacting.
Soooo our President is just replying to his own tweets at midnight on a Monday? Sure, sounds reasonable and normal. https://t.co/muhYAmkOuX
— Kelsey (CK Cross Stitch) (@iamkelskels) June 16, 2020
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Did he just act like what he said the first time was a different person and what they said was smart? https://t.co/UWYwpxq3vS
— Brian Espinoza (@bestpinoza) June 16, 2020
Sometimes even the president forgets to switch to his alt accounts. https://t.co/TKnnYpcecU
— Paul Valentine (@paulrvalentine) June 16, 2020
Me liking and commenting on my own humorous tweets https://t.co/kF9nH6gz4y
— Cameron Cruz (@c_cruzzer) June 16, 2020
You could wonder if the president is so free in the middle of a pandemic and a devastating economic recession.