Trump’s Twitter Tirade Roundup: Week 2

Reviewing Trumps impact week to week.

In just Week 2 of this column, we have to admit, this is just too easy.

Regardless of what President Trump does or does not do within the next four years, one thing is for certain, we will be entertained!


The week started off with a response to Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech as Donald Trump can never walk past a barking dog without kicking it. Calling the actress a “Hillary flunky” he then took to the defense that he never mocked a disabled reporter (who was more dishonest than disabled).

After of a bit of further praise for auto makers and their new commitments to U.S. jobs, Trump took a bit of a break only to return in the early AM.


President Elect Trump may be confusing Throwback Thursday with Titsout Tuesday as he decided to post his own throwbacks of himself with Ronald and Nancy Reagan, as well as an earlier photo of himself with law enforcement.

It was a mysteriously quiet day for the Twitter addict.


While Trump was twitter-slacking on Tuesday, he made up for it on Wednesday, following CNN’s promotion of the fake Russian story inappropriately released by BuzzFeed.

He started the day with this all-caps shout:

Following up, Trump posted a picture of his attorney’s passport (who allegedly traveled as part of the scandal – until the media “corrected” itself to say it was a different man who shared his attorney’s name.)

But this is the winning tweet of the week – and also the one most talked about by left-wing pundits:


With an epic Hump Day behind Trump, the billionaire geared up for offence on Thursday following his press Wednesday conference.

After clowning CNN and other outlets directly the previous day, the incoming president had to grind into them a bit more on Twitter:

After a short break from CNN bashing to thank Linda Bean for her support while asking people to “Buy L.L. Bean,” Trump got right back to it by tweeting, “CNN is in a total meltdown with their FAKE NEWS because their ratings are tanking since the election.”

Getting back on task, by 1 p.m. Trump acknowledged a historic vote by the U.S. Senate with their first step to repeal Obamacare.

Comment below and stay tuned for a recap next week at the same time and channel – have a great weekend!

Morgan is a freelance writer for a variety of publications covering popular culture, societal behavior and the political influences of each.