Much Needed Reddit Finds Trump's Contradictory Tweets So You Don't Have To
A new subreddit popped up that helps you find the appropriate old Donald Trump tweet for every occasion.
Trump, obviously, is a prolific longtime tweeter. And it just so happens that many of his pre-presidential tweets were commenting on the state of politics and the White House.
Because of his busy Twitter fingers, we've realized by now that there is almost always an old Trump tweet to apply to something new going on in the Trump White House — and it almost always contradicts what Trump is doing as president.
For instance, there was that time Trump said he never said global warming is a hoax perpetuated by the Chinese, and everyone was like:
Or when Trump kept going golfing as president, and everyone was like:
Instead of looking for the tweets yourself, the Trump Criticizes Trump subreddit gathers all his relevant old tweets for you.
The sub started on Reddit about a month ago, but it's been gaining in popularity, especially this week as a post trended on the platform.
Users submit links to old Trump tweets that are relevant to things going on.
So far, there are around 60 submitted Trump tweets relating to Trump's actions as president and all the drama that's been accompanying that.
Some old Trump tweets are just eerily relevant.
For instance, the House of Representatives voted on the American Health Care Act on a Thursday. Then, people saw that this tweet exists:
The most upvoted tweet right now is about a special prosecutor.
This makes sense, because one was just appointed to look into Trump's campaign.
But, in October, Trump tweeted that should he become president, he would instruct his attorney general to get a special prosecutor to check out Hillary Clinton.
And then there are the tweets about Russia.
And more on someone's inability to handle classified information.
So next time something crazy goes down (which should be in, like, two hours), just check this sub for the inevitable embarrassing self-own.
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