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Prez MORON launches Twitter outburst after ‘substantial rain’ ruined his day at his golf course

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Trump bombarded his 72.5 million Twitter followers with dozens of messages Saturday evening.

 

The outburst — which numbered dozens of tweets and retweets — occurred after the president returned to Mar-a-Lago from Trump International Golf Club.

 

“POTUS managed to fit some golf in despite bouts of substantial rain here in West Palm Beach,” the White House pool reported.

 

 

 

Trump praised his supporters, lashed out at his enemies, and bragged about his time in office.

Trump began by thanking a supporter, David J. Harris, Jr., who filmed a video of himself walking through an airport with a red, “Keep America Great” Trump reelection campaign hat.

 

 

Trump retweeted messages from Vice President Mike Pence, RNC Chair Ronna (Romney) McDaniel, Senate Republicans, former Fox News personality Eric Bolling, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ), the office of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY), Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), Sen. John Thune (R-SD), Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Sen. Todd Young (R-IN), and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC).

 

His retweets revealed his White House pushing essentially the same exact message as his reelection campaign:

 

 

From DAY ONE, President @realDonaldTrump fought to give Border Patrol Agents the resources they need.

The results have been amazing!

 
 

From day one, President @realDonaldTrump has fought to give our Border Patrol the resources they need.

The results have been extraordinary!

 

 

As of publication, Trump had sent 40 messages on Twitter after returning to Mar-a-Lago.

 

 

Thank you to @JackBrewerBSI for your kind words on the great progress we have made on our powerful African-American Agenda. For one, lowest unemployment numbers in USA history. Many other great records! @foxandfriends @FoxNews

 

Remember, will be at Daytona 500 tomorrow!

 

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  • The general election will see the highest voter turnout — in excess of 60 percent — since the last time we had such a bitterly divided nation, in 1968.
  • Trump will lose massively in the popular vote and narrowly in the Electoral College.
  • Why? Because, for three years, he’s made absolutely no effort to reach out to other voters; instead, he’s insulted anyone who dared to disagree with him.
  • He either forgot or never understood that politics is the art of addition, not subtraction.
  • Yes, he has a fiercely loyal base that he can count on — but there are not enough of those voters to win in an election where all the anti-Trump voters (women, young people, minorities) will make certain this time to vote instead of staying home as they did in 2016.
     
  • He has presided over a decent economy, yet his approval numbers are anemic. Why? Because America is filled with decent people who abhor his indecent behavior and, frankly, don’t understand it.
  • Not only will he lose on Nov. 3, but the GOP will lose the Senate, too. Arizona, Colorado, Iowa and Maine will go to the Democrats. Alabama will reelect former Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions. The result: A 50-50 Senate, with the newly elected Democratic vice president breaking any tie.
  • Thus, the Trump era will end — and be seen in history as a four-year aberration that began with a fluke election in 2016 that the American voter then systematically corrected in 2018 and 2020.

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