Donald Trump’s Popularity Has Skyrocketed, Not Because Everybody Wants Him President

By Atanu Shaw | 2 years ago
Donald Trump’s Popularity Has Skyrocketed, Not Because Everybody Wants Him President

If you are a Twitter aficionado you have probably read the countless tweets netizens and socially dependent people are posting about Donald Trump. Surf the net and you will find that these tweets are nowhere near flattering for the Republican presidential frontrunner. Most of these tweets are hilarious ones that actually make fun of the former Apprentice host.

Take a look at a couple of tweets:

Some are actually downright rude and offensive and very personal like these tweets about his hair:

Sarcasm, cynicism, derision, mockery and above all witticism are the primary theme of all tweets targeting him.

 


But then again, who can blame these Trump’s detractors when their tweets are actually reactions to the billionaire’s own tweets.

In an interview, President Obama said, “My definition of leadership would be leading on climate change, an international accord that potentially we’ll get in Paris.” And Trump did not like any of that. And he has stuck by his words; he is “not a believer in climate change,” and that global warming is but a great hoax “created by and for the Chinese to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive. A tweet from the @realDonaldTrump has earned a lot of derisive replies:


His tweeting and his compulsive itch to join in any trending issues plus other mass media activities has actually earned him the title “the classic reality TV character” and a “great publicity seeker” from none other than the POTUS, himself.

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