Trump Loses His Cool After He Realizes People Hate Him, America Retaliates

Trump actually attacks his constituents, and expects them to just stand there and take it.

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Americans all over the country will not let Donald Trump forget how unpopular he is for even a second — and it’s definitely getting to him after his recent fiascos with former personal lawyer Michael Cohen and his disastrous press conference with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

As America continues to push back against the President of the United States (which no one really wanted in the first place), it’s important to routinely come back to the times where the pressure became too much for Trump and America trolled him right back after one of his outbursts.

Trump consistently proves that he’s far too emotionally unstable and egotistical to do his job correctly. Still bothered by his pathetically small inauguration crowds and the fact that he lost the popular vote by three million, let’s not forget one of the many instances in which Trump attacked Americans for not liking him – like the time Trump tweeted that everyone who opposed him were “professional anarchists, thugs and paid protesters:”


There is absolutely zero logic in what Trump wrote, but that’s become the norm for this presidency. As usual, America responded with a brilliant amount of scorn to put Trump back in his place. As soon as Trump tweeted this nonsense, Twitter erupted in mockery as people wondered how they could become a “professional anarchist”:

And of course, there was one very Trump-like response, making fun of the fact that Trump’s sole reason for success was a “small” $1 million loan he received from his dad:

Fast forward over a year later, and Trump is still whining about how no one likes him. We’re sorry to break it to you, Donald, but no one needs to be paid in order to protest you.

Every American has their different reasons for protesting against Trump, whether it’s his assault on refugees, women’s rights, minorities, his Obamacare repeal or his disgusting economic policies and foreign relations. But one thing we can all unite in is the fact that he’s the worst thing to happen to America, he doesn’t deserve to be in the White House, and he must be stopped before he can do further damage.

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