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Trump’s top ten tweets of the week

The president is always entertaining when he get into Twitter mode.

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It was an intense week for the United States as we continued to grapple with the coronavirus outbreak. Through it all, President Donald Trump was tweeting up a storm as always, which is why we decided to compile his ten best tweets of the week.

As usual, Trump was not afraid to call out Democratic leaders on their nonsense over this past week. Two of his most controversial tweets of the week came when Trump called out former President Barack Obama on Friday, blaming him for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) slow response to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Democrats were completely “triggered” by Trump going after their beloved Obama, but this did not matter to the current president at all, as he’s sick and tired of getting flack for his predecessor’s mistakes.

Hours before his tweet against Obama, Trump targeted Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, who was the vice president during the Swine flu epidemic.

“Sleepy Joe” is one of Trump’s favorite nicknames for Biden, and the above tweet shows that the president is not afraid of facing the Democratic darling in the election, should he secure the nomination.

Trump didn’t only go after members of the Obama administration this week, he also had some choice words for Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) over the way she and her fellow Democrats are handling (or not handling) the coronavirus outbreak.

Calling out lazy career politicians has long been a favorite pastime for Trump, and it only makes his followers like him even more.

Pelosi’s Democratic colleague, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) found himself getting some heat from Trump as well as he continued his witch hunt against the president this week.

That tweet had to have hit Schiff right where it hurts, given the fact that he has been trying to get rid of Trump for years!

One of Trump’s best tweets of the week had to be when he called out Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who he calls Pocahontas, in reference to her infamous lie about being Native American, for ruining Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) chances in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Ouch! That has got to hurt! Not all of Trump’s tweets were negative attacks on Democrats, however, as he also touted his own accomplishment as a president whose goal has always been to make America great again.

Trump’s low unemployment rate has been a highlight of his presidency, and a huge reason why so many Americans plan to vote for Trump again in November.

Another great Twitter moment of Trump’s this week came when he once again let Democrats know that their politicization of the coronavirus is only hurting the American people.

This tweet served as a reminder that Democrats would rather see coronavirus take the lives of hardworking Americans than see Trump succeed in eradicating the disease.

Trump also went after the mainstream media this past week for their unfairly biased depictions of him, specifically calling out Vanity Fair magazine.

The media has been against Trump from day one, so it hasn’t come as a surprise that they have gleefully tried to blame coronavirus on him this past week despite the fact that he had absolutely nothing to do with the outbreak.

Finally, Trump started the week off by blasting the left-wing New York Times while also letting the world know that he fully intends to be in office for the next five years.

Trump’s no-nonsense attitude on Twitter is partly what made millions of Americans get in his corner in the months leading up to the 2016 presidential election. His popularity on Twitter has only grown since then, which is why Democrats should be especially afraid going into this next election. In the end, it can’t be denied that nobody does Twitter like The Donald.

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