Oops, he did it again.

Donald Trump set the Left aflame Friday afternoon, with a simple tweet of a simple structure: He submitted a cartoon representation of the country’s “beautiful” upcoming wall.

It wasn’t the first time the President has characterized the wall as such (see here), but it was the first representation of its kind, so far as I know, that he’s revealed to the nation (please correct me otherwise).

Trump, as you no doubt are aware, is settled in for “a very long shutdown,” despite Chuck Schumer’s insistence that he “abandon the wall.”

In response to the tweet, many on the Left abandoned their minds, lost to the chaos of the outrage machine:

And…writers for HuffPost, CNN, NBC (Thanks, Daily Wire):

For more on the events leading up to today’s state of shutdown, see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

What do you think of Trump’s proposed image of a border fence?

-Alex

 

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