No warn here — “stable genius” Donald Trump still doesn’t know a definition of a word “consensual”!
The President was really vehement to share a (vaguely) certain examination from regressive columnist Michael Goodwin over a weekend — so excited, he forgot to proofread it!
And since a Twitter gods have a clarity of humor, a mention Trump posted on enclosed a rather waggish misquote, one that painfully reminds us that his presidency is one a infancy of Americans did not agree to.
In a now-deleted tweet, a Big Cheeto attempted to quote Goodwin describing his “enormously material presidency,” solely he wrote:
“‘His is branch out to be an enormously consensual presidency. So most so that … there has never been a day that we wished Hillary Clinton were President. Not one. Indeed, as Trump’s accomplishments accumulate, a small suspicion of Clinton in a W.H., doubling down on Obama’s … unsuccessful policies, washes divided any doubts that America done a right choice. This was truly a change election, and a changes Trump is bringing are inclusive and necessary.’ Thank we Michael Goodwin! (Please review whole column) firstname.lastname@example.org”
Yup, that’s a POTUS! Misquoting articles AND pity a New York Post writer’s full email address!
Never one to give adult a good braggadocio opportunity, Trump attempted again, this time replacing “consensual” with a suitable verb — along with a columnist’s anxiety to his “missteps”:
“His is branch out to be an enormously material presidency. So most so that, notwithstanding my possess disappointment over his missteps, there has never been a day when we wished Hillary Clinton were president. Not one. Indeed, as Trump’s accomplishments accumulate, a small suspicion of…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 8, 2018
LOL, sounds even worse a second time, huh Donny?
The gaffe did not go neglected by amicable media. Users reminded Trump they had never “consented” to his leadership, while others responded with #StableGenius hashtags in anxiety to Trump’s he-doth-protest-too-much tweets professing his sanity this weekend.
See a few humorous responses (below)!
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— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) January 8, 2018
So does that meant it’s no longer consensual? Okay, good. Because I, and 65 million+ Americans did not agree to this presidency.
— Love wins (@Fuerniss) January 8, 2018
Illiterate folks tend to onslaught with a word “consequential” and passionate harassers tend to make freudian slips. Here, we see both.#StableGeniusSayings #ConsensualPresidency https://t.co/4AC3CBILdl
— JPM (@JPM_80) January 8, 2018
WTF is a “consensual” presidency?
Stop holding Ambien before we Tweet.
— David Watson (@medic854) January 8, 2018
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