Donald Trump tweeted this, and now everyone is pointing out the irony of his wife's campaign

Louis Dor
Thursday 29 June 2017 15:30
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The 45th President of the United States of America has sent another worrying message to the world via Twitter.

Today it's not about collusion with Russia, or taking healthcare away from millions behind closed doors, or refusing to preserve our only planet.

Sadly, it's yet again about his relationship with the press.

He attacked the MSNBC show Morning Joe, hosted by Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, and Willie Geist, which focuses on politics.

Never mind that it took him five minutes to craft the second tweet, many were quick to criticise the President for such vulgar and petulant insults based on appearance.

Many pointed out the President is supposed to be a mature individual, someone to look up to:

Everybody then made the same joke in relation to First Lady Melania Trump's anti-cyber bullying initiative (which never got off the ground):

Or remarks by Ivanka:

The communications director for the First Lady Melania Trump was reported as saying the following in reply to questions from reporters about the Tweet:

Which bodes awfully for international diplomatic relations with unstable countries, such as North Korea.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended the personal attack by the President on a morning show host as follows:

People pointed out that Trump was no victim, and had made a personal attack over a policy point, despite what his press secretary affirmed:

And political figures across the aisle criticised the President:

Morning Joe host Mika made her view on the tweet clear:

Probably the best way to handle it.

An MSNBC spokesperson said:

It's a sad day for America when the President spends his time bullying, lying and spewing petty personal attacks instead of doing his job.

Quite right.

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