Who’s Your Daddy? Trump Tweets Like a Boss on Father’s Day
On Sunday, a very tweet-happy Trump defended the North Korea summit and castigated those denying its success.
Many have suggested the Singapore meeting was weak on results, yet Trump pointed out that — thanks to the groundbreaking assemblage — Kim Jong-un agreed to end nuclear testing and set hostages free.
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Now back to the story. Here’s The Donald’s tweet I was setting up two paragraphs ago:
Trump specifically responded to Chuck Schumer’s derision of the international meet-up:
In defense of criticism that the President surrendered too much during negotiations with Kim, he pointed out that the end to war games — military preparedness exercises — among American and South Korean forces was actually his idea:
Moreover, The Donald claimed that — thanks to the super successful summit — all of Asia is as happy as a lark over the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. According to Trump, only biased hacks would rather see POTUS fail.
Don’t be a biased hack, y’all!
Trump was on a roll!
He also praised the economy,
trumpeted his way cool relationship with Merkel,
and downed Mueller and Comey.
Whatever kind of Fathers Day you had, one thing’s for certain: Donald Trump was celebrating like a boss. Who’s your daddy?!
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In fact, here’s one, on what I like about Trump.
Here’s another, on the summit (with links to several others covering the lead-up to the historic meeting).
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