Donald Trump’s tweet got him roasted alive on social media

It seems that President-elect Donald Trump can not stay away from controversy. While other presidents before him refrained from making
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Donald Trump's tweet got him roasted alive on social media.

It seems that President-elect Donald Trump can not stay away from controversy. While other presidents before him refrained from making statements that can cause chaos and backlash, Trump appears to have free reign on his own Twitter account. To kick off his New Year’s Eve, Trump sent out a tweet that was positive – well, almost.

“Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do. Love!” he wrote early Saturday, the New York Post reports.

With more than 18 million followers on his Twitter account, it didn’t not take long for someone to notice the tweet by Trump. Social media users quickly slammed the president-elect for not being able to stick to normal, positive tweets.

One user said, “@realDonaldTrump would it have been so hard to just tweet out…”Happy New Years. Look forward to serving you in 2017?” while another user commented, “@realDonaldTrump it’s good to know that even WINNING THE PRESIDENCY won’t give you class if you never had any to begin with.”

One user even went as far as editing Trump’s message, decorating it with images of the American flag and Statue of Liberty.

Trump’s message comes after criticising his favourite media punching bags CNN and NBC News, saying, “Russians are playing @CNN and @NBCNews for such fools — funny to watch, they don’t have a clue! @FoxNews totally gets it!”

Many feel that Trump’s ability to use his Twitter account freely without supervision could lead to serious diplomatic consequences. Do you agree?

Is it right for a president to be tweeting messages like that? Or should the public loosen up? Does a leader have the obligation to “behave” in public or should they be 100% honest?

  1. what an idiot you are going to have as your President and sadly the rest of the world has to tolerate him as we have to trade with the USA. Maybe we’ll find other markets as Trump wants to close your borders. Maybe you’ll be like North Korea. Closed country

    • Tom Wilde  

      Maybe you should take your medication and have a good lie down. Trump NEVER said he would close the borders. Stop reading the left-wing propaganda.

    • ANN McGovern  

      We can only hope🙏🙏🙏🙏

  2. Geoff McKenzie  

    Bloody ripper,love it.What a change from boring political correct deceptive crap.Blunt,and not nasty,true to form.Stick with criticising big and very important issues,nor trivia crap like this.

    • Michael  

      For your sake. Geoff, I hope what every other person feels about this so-called election could be wrong – that there will be a thick, self- important buffoon pretending to know what he is doing – not just what he is talking about, taking the most important post in the USA.
      There haven’t been many major miracles lately – but you could sure do with one now!

    • Joan Marshall  

      I totally agree with you Geoff. Many people claim to have CLASS and have none when it comes to pulling people down. I am not concerned with CLASS right now if Donald Trump sticks to his policy he will make America great again and the world will benefit. At this moment and time America is on its knees. God help President elect Donald Trump and let us not worry about pretentious people who claim to have Class and show just the opposite.

  3. ANN McGovern  

    F F S Trump put the keyboard down and step away from the computer!

  4. Peter Moore  

    Must be a portion of the population that love blunt, coarse and insulting outbursts – as long as they’re not directed at themselves of course. OK for the pub, but not for national heads of state in the global arena.

  5. Joan Marshall  

    I am not concerned about CLASS just policy for the people of America and the world. Many people claim to have CLASS and have proven to me that they have no CLASS at all. People never hesitate in trying to pull people down. If President elect Donald Trump sticks to his policy of making America Great Again then that will make me happy. Let us get rid of pretentious people who claim to have CLASS.

  6. Rosemary Farley  

    Personally I think presidents should be as impartial as possible to commercialism. He shows his perferences in so many ways. It’s like our queen endorsing a favourite moisturising cream. Sales would go through the roof.

  7. Owen  

    Just your average garden variety prophylactic on the prick of progress.

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