Donald Trump: "We Need Global Warming" -- And Other Ramblings From World's Trashiest Billionaire
Yesterday, we started a petition to get billionaire slimeball Donald Trump thrown off the Internet as a public service to "the Donald" to keep him from continuing to make a complete ass of himself on Twitter.
Trump, as you probably know, made an ass of himself on the social media website on election night, which prompted NBC News anchor — and bona fide class act — Brian Williams to explain that Trump has "driven well past the last exit to relevance."
As we explained yesterday — and have been chronicling for the last several months — this wasn't the first time Trump has made a complete ass of himself in the Twtter-verse.
"'The Donald' made an ass of himself all day today — and will continue to make an ass of himself tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day," we said yesterday.
Then today happened, and guess who made a complete ass of himself on Twitter.
The last 24 hours of Trump's Twitter feed more resemble that of a 14-year-old girl than that of a 66-year-old billionaire titan of industry. It's complete with grudges, name-calling, and advocating for something that — regardless of whether you believe it exists — is bad for pretty much everyone.
"It's freezing and snowing in New York," Trump tweeted yesterday afternoon. "We need Global Warming!"
This as thousands of New Yorkers are still recovering from a storm that may or may not have been caused by the alleged climate change Trump thinks we're all desperate for — so hardy-har, Donald.
Trump spent the rest of his Twitter day kvetching about Williams, starting pissing matches with various celebrities — including Bill Maher — bashing President Obama, and alerting the world that "pervert" former Congressman Anthony Weiner was back on Twitter.
He must be exhausted.
Please, sign our petition.
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