February 2, 2023

Trump just hit new levels of pathetic in unhinged Twitter rant against Obama and Woodward

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President Trump took to Twitter this morning and made it clear to the entire nation that he is in a very deep and dark hole. It’s now obvious that he’s been obsessing over veteran journalist Bob Woodward’s upcoming book for the entire weekend, tweeting five times about Fear: Trump in the White House in a sad attempt to discredit it that will certainly only help propel it to the #1 spot on the bestsellers list.


He repeats himself several times and even hilariously promises that he will “write the real book” as he pulls out all the stops in a truly pathetic series of tweets.

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But the president was just getting started. He exposed his other insecurities with four tweets about the “economic achievements” that he appropriated and one slamming President Obama, who has recently hit the campaign trail and roundly criticized Trump for his appalling behavior in a string of stirring speeches.

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Anyone who follows politics at all right now knows that the economy is soaring thanks to the Obama recovery, a wave of economic growth that Trump is taking credit for and is somehow improving despite the President’s best efforts to send the markets into a tailspin with his unnecessary and reckless trade wars with our closest allies.

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Trump aides this weekend revealed to POLITICO that they were very worried that President Obama’s reappearance on the campaign trail would “get into the president’s head,” and these tweets prove that they were right to be worried.

As if the message wasn’t clear enough already, the President took to his mentions and retweeted several tweets praising himself, which is something he only does in times of extreme insecurity and self-doubt.

It goes without saying that for the President of the United States to need this kind of public self-affirmation is beyond pathetic and illustrates once again that he does not have the emotional maturity or the strength of will required to lead a global superpower.

Buckle up, America. If this is how it’s starting, we predict it’s going to be a weird week.

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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