Here's hoping Twitter deletes Trump's account.
I've spent a frustrating morning trying to have my microwave arrested for spying on me. Police just look at me like I'm crazy.
The corrupt free press didn't even report on the victory parade on 5th Avenue when we defeated ISIS a few days ago.
The British almost wouldn't let him in the country. I suspect this angered the little crazy spoiled baby.
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