Donald Trump had an epic Twitter meltdown over Obama’s re-election

I was watching MSNBC and NBC News last night, and I think they were the first to call Ohio for Obama (around 11:12 pm), which meant that they were the first to call the entire election for Obama. In the midst of the minute-by-minute political and statistical analysis, Rachel Maddow kept interrupting the discussion to let viewers know how the GOP and their mouthpieces were reacting. I won’t even get to the Karl Rove stuff (apparently, Rove threw a tantrum ON Fox over Fox News calling Ohio for Obama), but let’s talk about the Donald Trump stuff. Trump was on Twitter as soon as Ohio was called, and it was not pretty. Here’s what his Twitter feed looks like this morning:

[From Donald Trump’s Twitter]

The last tweet on his feed reads, “House of Representatives shouldn’t give anything to Obama unless he terminates Obamacare.” But what’s particularly interesting is that Trump has deleted some of his more wingnutty tweets that even legit journalists were mocking last night. He deleted a tweet that read, “More votes equals a loss… revolution!” If that’s the way he really feels… why delete that one and leave the rest? Either you want a revolution because you no longer believe in a democratically elected president (who won the electoral college and the popular vote, btw), or you’re just a dumb blowhard. What’s scary is that Donald Trump was actually a legit political player in GOP politics this past election cycle – he’s not some fringe character ignored by everyone. He did campaign appearances with Mitt Romney.

Other celebrities responded to Trump’s Twitter meltdown. Andy Cohen tweeted, “I’ma run a sedative up to Trump Tower#BRB.” Modern Family creator and producer Steve Levitan tweeted: “Hey Trump, did you see Mitt Romney’s concession speech? That’s what graciousness and good hair looks like.” And Brian Williams apparently went off on Trump live on air saying, “Donald Trump has driven well past the last exit to relevance and veered into something closer to irresponsible.”

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  1. Daisy says:

    I wish Trump’s head exploded.

  2. Em says:

    He seems to have aged overnight.

  3. Rhea says:

    Like I said he is a loser and a sore one at that! :D

  4. alc says:

    What a jerk! His family must cringe everytime he opens his mouth. Maybe he could be charged with treason for trying to incite a riot against the government. Uggggg, somebody please just make him go away.

    • atorontogal says:

      My thoughts exactly. You just know some hooligan morons are going to take him up on his call for a revolution and there will be rioting and major damage caused.

      I pray it doesn’t happen but if it does then The Mouth known as Trump should be on the hook to pay for any and all damages!

    • handsome man saved me from the monsters says:

      Yeah, isn’t it illegal to incite riots? I’m sure he’ll share a cell with Lindsay Lohan.

    • SusieQ says:

      If you or I were to make comments like that on Twitter, we’d get a visit from the FBI.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      What a fool, so he thinks he’s Spartacus now? I mean, I know that fuzzy mould-looking helmet on him could withstand the blow of even the mightiest gladius (I heard it masks trepanation marks from when he had his brain surgically removed) but who will he make shoulder the blame when his crazed acolytes decide to ‘Take America Back’ (and from what)? And make you look stupid(er)? I’m not even saying that I think this would happen, but why would you even suggest it, goblin?

      I’m never going to say a person is obligated to like President Obama, but when you’ve got blisteringly hateful and ignorant dickslaps like this irradiated loaf of month-old bread or his cronies Gin Tits Limbaugh, Glass Jaw Harpy Coulter, Tears Of A Clown Beck, or the Fa-loofah Lothario O’Reilly spewing invective with no apparent desire to prove their expressed love for their nation by doing anything but undermine its dignity with armchair bellyaches based on little and repairing nothing, I’m going to say that their poison is beneath contempt. Yeah, I called them name, I’m not on the air or in their field in some professional capacity. It’s just inciting fear or insulting the intelligence or integrity of pretty much anything that enters into their wake, what is that…scratch that, just leave it ‘what?’

      If a person loves a country that much, why demand that millions of people act counter to their own interest and foster biliousness torch waving? You know what would really unite a country, enforcing more divisions! That almost makes too much sense! And now another attention addict wants to co-opt the March On Washington thinking that there is any kind of connection between what King advocated and the kind of crazed fist pounding that would make him spin in the grave until he hit this planet’s core.

      At least that ancient uprising came a state of genuine oppression. I suspect that if it ever came time to find bodies to line the Appian Way, our Spartacus would go full Crassus without a thought.

      Rioting. And this man wanted to be your president. For fuck’s sake.

      • erika says:

        damn girl!!! ill vote for you 2016!!!

        damn smart!!!!

      • EscapedConvent says:

        Brava, Jo Mama! Bravissima!

      • jaye says:

        This post? This post right here?? 100% made of AWESOME! And just so you know, I shall be co-opting the term “dickslap” immediately.

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        Heh, thanks. I just can’t believe how boldly abusive and unproductive it all is, in public, I mean. They don’t care they shout. Frigging Coulter calls him the r-word (UGGGGHH!!!!!), Akin should get his lips forcibly sewn such and as for Ryan calling that ‘stock language’–WHAT? I don’t really know about his brand of stock, but I know what a gunstock war club is. I should stop there.

        Birchbald T. Barlow reports that Chris Christie and the president are ‘gay lovers’ because the former dared to compliment the latter. Okay then, thanks Rush and Fluke you, alright? It’s exhausting. Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you are doing to your country.

        It makes me miss the yellow ties and less benign tendencies that characterized that unhinged and wacky bid that came from the Epoch Of The Pokémon Pizza Shooter.

  5. Esmom says:

    I hadn’t seen the tweets, thanks. Love Cohen’s, Levitan’s and Williams’ responses!!

  6. Blue says:

    Lol Steve Levitan’s tweet was funny.

  7. Walice says:

    Does this make him a Loud Mouth Twit, cause he was already a Loud Mouth??

  8. neelyo says:

    As if Trump would ever be involved in any sort of march with the common folk. Why does anybody pay attention to him? He’s as irrelevant as Paris Hilton.

  9. marie says:

    Why anyone listens to Trump is beyond me, he’s an idiot.

  10. T.C. says:

    Steve Levitan tweeted: “Hey Trump, did you see Mitt Romney’s concession speech? That’s what graciousness and good hair looks like.”

    LMAO I’m stealing that quote. Lol.

  11. Riana says:

    Oh Andy Cohen, Darling, you always know just what to say.

    Someone said this in another comment section, I don’t remember their name but I’ll just echo it:

    If the response to a key political office is to declare it’s structure a sham, it’s existance only to be used as a tool of vengeance, and it’s loss as worthy of some kind of ‘revolution’ (read: riot with pitchforks included) then one really shouldn’t come anywhere close to the political sphere.

    In other words: Shaddap, ya big baby.

  12. tru tru says:

    **raises hand

    I sent a tweet during the middle of his meltdown last night and told him to take his crunchy butt and that swoop to bed.

    he erased quite a bit, he was about to go into cardiac arrest, smdh.

  13. Gene Parmesan says:

    This bloviating ignoramus needs to have several seats. You mad Donald?? haha

  14. Just Me says:

    I just can’t with this orange faced, squirrel headed twat.

  15. Korel says:

    I think he is just trolling.

  16. The Original Genevieve says:

    I really wish Trump would affiliate with another party at this point, he’s an embarrassment to mine. No matter if your candidate lost or won, it’s time to stop either gloating or being a sore loser.

    Let’s get on with the business of trying to turn our country around. Trump, you are not helping that. Shame on you for being unable to control your public temper tantrum.

    And you call yourself a grown-assed man? *major eye roll*

  17. Michelle says:

    Why Brian Williams even mentions Trump’s name during election coverage is beyond me. Ignore ignore ignore. He thrives on attention. Like Snooki, the Kardashian’s and Lohan’s.

  18. lucy2 says:

    Oh Trumpet. Go back to feuding with Rosie O’Donnell and filming a dumb reality show no one cares about. THAT is the true level of your existence these days.

    • Liza Jane says:

      At last validation for poor Rosie…she an take comfort in the fact that no- one will EVER take the Donald seriously again !! I actually speculated that there is a trace of Dementia there,but eventually de died that like a spoilt child he was having a tantrum and throwing the toys out the pram!!! He did make himself look ridiculous though!! The GOP. Needs to drop him( and all the other crazies too) before they take a run at 2016.! Incidentally a few weeks ago Barbara Walters took him to risk after his comments on Obama, even though she said to him that she knew he was a good man??????? Dementia there too?

  19. Meg says:

    He loves fake tan more than Xtina. You go boy!

  20. Cathy says:

    He’s useless. He needs to just go away and live in the woods somewhere.

  21. grabbyhands says:

    What is unsettling is the number of people in this country to whom all of this sounded perfectly reasonable.

    • BeccaZ says:

      Seriously. I’m related to too many of them, and I don’t get it. My fb is filled with “This is a godless country! This sky is falling!” posts. I may have to unlike my own relatives.

      As for Donald, its amazing how he recognizes how divided we are, yet contributes to the divisiveness.

    • Esmom says:

      +1

      Someone on my FB feed said something like “‘He Who Shall Not Be Named’ managed to survive.” As if he’s the antichrist.

      • Liza Jane says:

        I heard the word Anti- Christ,the word Muslim and worse the N word over and over on Twitter!!! I am not an American…, I’m a Brit….and it is astounding to me to hear this kind of rhetoric in modern day America! I am also a political nut ( met by husband at young Conservatives way back when, though our Conservatives have no Christian, almost fundamentalist right) and do love the American elections for the fascinating dichotomy of it all! However this election has been an absolute eye opener as to the hard core hate there was for Obama,as a Democrat,as a person but especially as a coloured man!!! It therefore was satisfying to me to see the demographic that voted for him! Young voters,women,Latinos,blacks,gays, every age group..the vote is changing and the old hard liners were rejected,,the Republicans will have to change accordingly and that is a good thing!
        It is necessary for people to start thinking hard about their place as Americans …if half of the country can see this and the reasonable and decent people who voted for Mitt work hard at it,then they can begin to outnumber the crazies!
        It is also time for the Republican Party to tell Donald that he has to shut up,he does them so much harm! Being laughed out of town is not a position to be proud of!

      • jaye says:

        Yes, I saw one tweet from some youngish girl that said “the N****r wins again…and that’s not even why I don’t like him”. I asked her why she tweeted it if it wasn’t what drives her dislike of the man. She didn’t respond.

  22. Alexandra Bananarama says:

    Trump is an idiot. Though I agree the electoral college is corruptible and obsolete now that we don’t relying entirely on snail mail… Obama still won the popular vote.

  23. Mourning the Death of Music says:

    I dearly wish he’d step away from the spray-on tan. His reverse raccoon eyes are not handsome.

  24. emme says:

    What Trump needs to worry about the next strong wind knocking that rug made from dog groomer clippings and Milinia’s pubic hair off his head. And marching on public streets? Well he already looks like he’s been dragged all over NYC streets behind a public bus, so does that count?

  25. andy says:

    Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Trump all need to seek immediate psychiatric treatment due to the re-election of President Obama. Get ready for some epic meltdowns!!

  26. Joanna says:

    i don’t understand his success, b/c he seems like an effing moron to me. he’ll say anything to get attention. i guess his wife is earning her lifestyle, putting up with him. i’d rather be poor than live with that ignorant b*stard.

  27. emme says:

    He’s such a disrespectful bigot.

    • bummed says:

      Of course Trump is a tool but could you define where he was a bigot? Lefty’s are really throwing the race card a lot these days.

      • Joanna says:

        what other president has trump asked for a birth certificate from? and raised an uproar even after it was released?

      • Emma says:

        Rightys are so dense. Asking for Obama’s birth certificate is deep rooted in racism. If he were white, his birth place would not be such a big fucking deal. If his name was Henry Thomas Moore and not Barack Hussein Obama, his birthplace would not be such a big fucking deal. He already released his birth certificate. You think they’d let him be senator let alone the most powerful man in the world without him showing a legit birth certificate? Birth certificate conspiracists like Trump are racist bigots. Fact.

      • Sam says:

        Emma, in 2008, John McCain had to publicly release his birth certificate to prove he was eligible (he was born on a military base in Panama, but there were rumors he was born in a Panamanian hospital).

        Just sayin’

      • Bertie says:

        Oh man, what a delusional comment. Are you honestly trying to defend Trump on this? Really? This is the battle you want to pick??? The one where you claim Trump ISN’T a racist asshole?

      • Emma says:

        LOL really Sam?????? And do you see public democratic figures saying it was a fake birth certificate and calling John a secret terrorist?? No, you do not. There are many public republican figures who refuse to believe Obama was born in the U.S. and call his certificate fake. You wanna know why? Because they are RACIST. It’s really not that hard to grasp.

      • Kim says:

        Did he ask any other president or candidate to release his college application and transcript?

      • Sam says:

        Emma, I was responding to your assertion that no white politician has ever been made to produce his birth certificate. You’re factually wrong. Wipe the egg off your face and move on, honey.

      • doofus says:

        sam, perhaps YOU should wipe the egg off of your own face.

        no where did emma say that no white pol has been made to show his birth cert, just that if he were white, it wouldn’t be such a big deal.

        which has been proven by your comment. Yes, McCain had to show his birth cert. to run, but did people make as big a deal over where he was born vs. how big a deal was made over where Obama was born? AFTER each cert was released?

        Not even close.

        As much as moderate republicans like to believe it wasn’t, it was ABSOLUTELY racism at work.

      • T.C. says:

        @Sam
        McCain had to produce his birth certificate because he was born OUTSIDE of the U.S. and had to prove that the location of his birth was considered U.S. soil (a military base). Obama was born IN the U.S. No other president born in the U.S. has been shamed into getting on national T.V. and releasing his birth certificate to the country. It’s all under this racist guise that Obama is foreign and “not one of us”. So he has to prove over and over again his American-ness. It’s all about his race.

        Where were the birthers asking for McCain to prove his citizenship before he showed his birth certicate?

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        The difference between the president and McCain is that the president was born in America. McCain was born in Panama because his father was stationed there on a base considered to be US soil. Children in that position are repatriated when they land on actual American soil. Why was that so easy to prove when we’re still seeing garbage about how the president’s certificate was faked using Adobe? I mean, what in fresh hell?

        And what about George Romney? He ran for president in 1968, I believe, and boyfriend was born in Mexico. Nixon didn’t care and no one else seems to have cared either, so yes, I do believe racism is at work in this case and his detractors aren’t doing a good job of keeping the lie alive with any credibility–credibility is the thing you lose when what’s good for the goose isn’t good for the gander. By the logic of the birthers, there’s no better way to prove your American birthplace than to be born outside of America, but woe and tortures of the damned to presidential candidates who were born in the States.

  28. Naye in VA says:

    That gosh darned Brian Williams. I love him more every time he speaks.

  29. I.want.shoes says:

    I think the nation stands united over the fact that he needs to STFU

  30. Allison says:

    this effin racist b**st**d!!!!!!!! who the f**k is he anyway??!?!

  31. Zorbitor says:

    He so wanted to say You’re fired!

  32. Relli says:

    Omg if you have not seen karl roves meltdown yet you MUST find the clip and watch. I was watching it live because we were flipping between msnbc (rachel knows how to keep me calm) and fox news it may have taken a few extra minutes off my life but it was totally worth it!

    • jaye says:

      Yes…he was crunching his numbers and pleading his case as to why it was too early to call the race before all precincts in OH were in. Even the anchor looked like “dude…give it up”. They even had another reporter go to the Fox News numbers crunchers to see if they felt that Rove could be right, but they dismissed his numbers stating that most of the uncounted votes would be democrat anyway. It was quite hilarious, actually.

  33. Anna says:

    Andy Cohen tweeted, “I’ma run a sedative up to Trump Tower#BRB.”
    That made me actually LOL!

  34. Beatrice Sparkplug says:

    The world isn’t ‘laughing at us,’ Donald. Just you.

  35. Umm..no says:

    The ONLY one the world is laughing at Donald is YOU!

  36. Dorothy says:

    Please Mr. Trump, sit down and chill! The President is still resident of the White House, please get over it! Thank you!

  37. kay says:

    He is being irresponsible to the extreme. Is he actually saying that people should march to impeach Obama?

    scary stuff, that. People listen, and if they hate anyway it’s almost a green light to go to the extreme. People do assassinate Presidents :(

    he’s needs to sit down and shut up. Expressing your POV is one thing- inciting hatred and mutiny is quite another.

    • The Original Genevieve says:

      @ kay…

      No worries. I seriously don’t think anyone even listens to The Donald anymore, lol. Any Republican (including the presidential candidate who just lost) tries to run away from his endorsement as fast as they can, without being blatantly rude.

      He and his bluster will simply play themselves out and go bye-bye.

    • judyjudy says:

      I think Trump is a total fool but this kind of rant is no different from what everyone was shouting when Bush was elected and reelected, the shouts just came from the other side of the fence. (disclaimer – I am not a Bush supporter, this is just my observation)

      It is interesting to me that I read so much name calling and drama and people flipping out and blaming everyone and everything for the downfall of the country. The people I know personally are equally distributed across political parties and everyone is respectful of differing view points. We disagree on a lot of things but no one is ever screaming rants saying awful things about each other. Sure this election was/is important but who are all these nasty people up in arms?

    • Linda says:

      Why is Trump allowed to spew such dangerous comments ? In my country ( NIgeria) after our presidential election last year, the defeated candidate made a comment quite like what trump said. Many people took to the streets and killed hundreds of people in protest of the election results. I view comments such as the one made by trump as dangerous and highly irresponsible.

  38. WaywardGirl says:

    I love Brian Williams so much.

    Trump is giant blowhard famewhore who needs to shove it.

  39. Ann says:

    He’a acting like a toddler having a tantrum. Everyone knows the most effective way to deal with a tantrum. Ignore it!

    I wish the media would just stop reporting what he says. Same with Ann Coulter. Why give these crackpots any kind of audience or exposure?

  40. princesslizabeth says:

    I wish he’d implode.

  41. Boo says:

    I bet his wife secretly voted for Obama! (assuming she is a citizen who votes…I really have no idea.)

  42. apsutter says:

    I don’t recall him bitching about the electoral college in 2000 when Bush lost the popular vote.

    Donald Trump= Morally bankrupt degenerate

  43. Lotta says:

    Well, he is wrong in that the world is laughing AT you. We are a actually laughing WITH you because we are so glad Obama won. I saw a survey yesterday of how the rest of the world would have voted if they were allowed to and Obama got 95% of the votes or more.

    Donald Trumph sounds like he is a terrorist in making by not respecting the outcome of a democratic vote by the people.

  44. Sam says:

    I just can’t get over the spray-tan rings around his eyes. Makes him look like some kind of nightmarish, uber-rich raccoon…

  45. lori says:

    As a foriegner can I just tell you that many of us think that Donald Trump is the “norm” in the US. I’m so releaved for you all that your election didn’t go the other way.

  46. Helvetica says:

    Brian Williams’ comment is hilarious!

    Donald Trump looks like a tomato. With fuzz.

  47. eileen says:

    After the coverage and election-I have been so torn to be an American. Proud that we live in a country that truly the entire world sits and waits to see who we chose….and then embarrassed as hell to witness all the assh0les who come out to throw fits when things don’t go their way. Disagreeing with who’s elected is one thing but people are out there saying Obama is the Anti-Christ, riots at Ole Miss and this Blowhard who looks like an Oompa Loompa having a tantrum.
    I get on Facebook and am reading “friends” making comments that they are deleting “Obama lovers” off their FB page. I told one of them “You forgot me! Here, I’ll rememdy that.” *unfollow*

    • Memphis says:

      I refused to engage in rantings on fb and when people questioned me I simply said my political views were Bob Marley :) Peace…They unfriended me because I wouldn’t fight with them! ( they friended me again later after the rational side kicked back in) but FB is too cray for me at times!

      • eileen says:

        Its SO stupid. I mean I’m no “LOVER” of Obama-I did vote for him—but even if I’d voted for Romeny I’d have deleted the dumbasses who can’t handle different views. Ridic.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        What you guys said.^

        Friendships can be strained when you have such divergent political beliefs, because sometimes it does start to trend into “personal” territory but how hard is it to just NOT talk about politics then?

        My friend Josh is a hard core Republican. We are at complete opposite ends of the political spectrum but I adore him and his girlfriend and love spending time with them. We always have a lot to talk about-just NOT politics.

        People who “un-friend” others on FB because they disagree politically strike me as strange. It’s one thing if you have wacko extremists who post/say inflammatory things but if it’s simply a matter of respectfully disagreeing on political stance, then just agree to disagree.

    • Sapphire says:

      Ok, so I am going to be retro and old school but I have to point out the reason we can have FB debates and spectacles like the Donald Tantrum and Rowe Riot is because of the US political system. Dissent is legal.

      • eileen says:

        I’m all for debates-its where I get some good FYIs…just reading other peoples discussions. But when they get on there and start yelling they can’t be friends with anyone who isn’t a Repub or Demo-I delete them. The world is made up of all kinds of different views and I don’t have time for people who can’t recognize that. I feel bad for them to have such a small minded attiutde about life.

    • Asiyah says:

      For real, Eileen. I didn’t really think Obama’s race was a factor until the name-calling, fear-mongering, and personal remarks were made. It’s one thing to dislike his policies, but many seem to hate him personally. I really don’t understand. Obama doesn’t appeal to me but why all this hate?

  48. Memphis says:

    U mad Bro?

    Go do your cane shaking somewhere else Gramps.

  49. Melissa says:

    Well, I actually agree with Trump on something – the Electoral College is a disaster for democracy. It is absurd that the President is not directly voted for by the people, by popular vote. Millions of voters are completely ignored by the campaigns because those states aren’t up for grabs – New York, Texas, California, and Illinois to name big ones, but also most states in New England, the Deep South, and the non-Great Lakes touching Midwestern states.

    I love the fact that Trump is up in arms about it, though, considering that Obama won both the popular vote and the EC, unlike Bush in 2000.

  50. Tiffany27 says:

    Trump go feed whatever the hell that is on top of your head and sit down somewhere.

  51. Janet says:

    If Trump wants to do something really constructive with his money, he’ll buy himself and his co-Teabaggers one-way tickets to Tasmania.

    Get gone, Donald, and stay gone.

  52. eileen says:

    Hahaha I just read this on twitter -someone tweeted this to Trump: “I don’t think you want a revolution. I know history. Revolutions end very poorly for people with wigs. Very poorly.”

  53. Dawn says:

    So I wonder just what the Donald would be today if he had NOT inherited all that money from his father. He must own stock in big Pharma or something because he is so anti healthcare, it has to have something to do with money. Just sayin.

  54. bea says:

    I bet if Romney had won, the electoral college wouldn’t be a “disaster” and the election wouldn’t be a “sham”.

    Keep on hating, Donald.

  55. Sarah says:

    I honestly believe that what we have witnessed out of Trump over the past year or so are signs of mental illness. He is suffering from some kind of unmanaged paranoia and/or delusion.

    I also don’t think he’s nearly as smart as he thinks he is, but that’s just part of the delusional thinking that could be controlled by better medications.

  56. Rachel says:

    Ha! He deleted that tweet because it turns out that Obama DID win the popular vote as well as the electoral one. Suck it, Trump!

  57. lvw says:

    I’m sure he’s pissy because he just wasted a ton of money for absolutely nothing! Ha.

  58. The Original Victoria says:

    My hats are off to Melania because there is no way I could sleep next to that scary looking face each night. Must be the money.

  59. Jay says:

    To “the whole world is laughing at us” if you’re using the royal “we” in that sentence, Donald, then speaking as a Canadian, you’re right.

  60. BooBooLaRue says:

    OMG! You all made me laugh this morning. To the Donald: only in a republic would an idiot like you get your 15 minutes of fame. Go back into your box.

  61. Alexis says:

    Since the rest of the world favors Obama, and greatly favors him over Mitt, I’d have to say that the world is *not* “laughing” at this. But they are laughing at Trump.

  62. Hubbahun says:

    Can’t he be arrested for inciting racial hatred? Isn’t that a crime in the US? (Serious question – he should be made to face the consequences of his actions, the gigantic knob-end.)

  63. Nev says:

    SIT DOWN MR TRUMP.

    so RUDE and OUT OF ORDER.
    THE AUDACITY AND GALL.

    UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR AND ATTITUDE.

  64. Thiajoka says:

    Mia Farrow called him down like he was a 10 year old Catholic schoolboy and she was Mother Superior. It was great.

  65. Lem says:

    I have no cable. Which I have been more than fine with for a couple years. Until last night, when I had no access to Rachel Maddow.
    Please do not tell me how awesome she was *sniff sniff* I really really really really would have loved to watch her shine last night.

  66. samantha says:

    He’s just a gross, ugly old loser with a bad comb over.

  67. yoyo says:

    OMG this guy is SUCH a d*ck!
    Is he suffering from dementia? What election is he talking about? Obama won the popular vote, it’s not Gore v Bush! And wouldn’t it have been hilarious if 12 years after, GOPers had been in a situation to soil themselves with rage because the electoral college system didn’t represent the outcome of the popular vote. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
    They really need to get rid of this system, it’s the 21st century, there is no need for an electoral college. A democracy = popular vote. Nothing else. This electoral college business isn’t right at all, if you have a system that can elect a president that does NOT represent the popular vote you can’t really call yourself a democracy.

    Aside that Trump is a joke, loved what what Brian Williams said last night before reporting this tweet: that Trump had ‘Driven Well Past The Last Exit To Relevance’ … BURN!! lol

  68. ol cranky says:

    Trump has become increasingly unhinged to the point I’m actually starting to wonder if he’s has some sort of brain injury because each bizarre action looks less like the self-promotion of a megalomaniac and more like the tantrum of someone with seriously disordered thinking/judgement

    • Marie Antoinette Jr. says:

      Totally agree with you. He’s an egomaniac & a narcissist. And age tends to magnify personality disorders, not soften them. Someone in his family needs to have a serious talk with him. Although I get the feeling they are all cut from the same cloth and are all trained to kiss his ass.

  69. ViloDeMenus says:

    Trump is an orange PIG. He has insurance, but 50 million American’s and the poorest of the children in this country do not have insurance, they get sick, they even die when they don’t have to. Every industrialized country has healthcare, and has had it for decades and they are doing just fine, and their citizens are in far better health than we are, with the level of obesity where it is in this country. For whatever reason, the very richest people in this country want the middle, lower, and poor to suffer needlessly with exorbitant medical costs, and drug costs that most American’s cannot afford. His tirade says more about him than it does about people who deserve good healthcare, especially children getting decent healthcare in the only First World Country on the planet. How bitter and greedy this little troll of a man is. I bet when he’s roasting in Hell that orange makeup will make the Devil laugh and laugh. I sure do every time I gaze upon his strange, ugly appearance.

  70. Palefire says:

    His hair and scalp look like my dogs when he chews himself and gets hot spots. Lol

  71. beclove says:

    Someone just called him a “vibrating bologna loaf” LOL. Donald Dump, indeed.

  72. Ally says:

    This man is evil, he makes my blood boil. If you are able, try to watch the film/documentary ‘You’ve Been Trumped’. What he’s done to a community of Scottish people is disgusting.

    I don’t think you can say someone with so much power and money isn’t relevant. He is able to destroy beautiful landscapes, throw people out of their homes and have reporters arrested on whim.

  73. d says:

    I would have tweeted him “go back to bed, old man.” What a silly old buffoon. Exhibit #110,386,203: his tweet responses to Brian Williams’ tweets about him (see dlisted).

  74. fabgrrl says:

    Yes, the rest of the world is laughing at us — because we let YOU speak on TV.

  75. Ben says:

    Trump is going insane. I guess he will be able to afford the best nut house money can buy.

  76. flower says:

    Big baby had a dummy spit.

    (Dummy = pacifier)

  77. lisa2 says:

    So Democracy is working then the guy you want to win wins.. but is broken if the guy you don’t want to win wins.

    The bottom line is this is all about Race. It can be twisted in any and every way but the bottom line is this all about Race. He didn’t rant when Bill Clinton won. So what is the difference. Donald has shown he is a racist. And as they say.. WHEN SOMEONE SHOWS YOU WHO THEY ARE… BELIEVE THEM.

    I believe what Donald has shown himself to be. A racist. And I don’t care how many people of color he knows or stands next to or works with..

  78. Jaded says:

    I think Trump must be going senile – his hatred of Obama isn’t based on anything remotely factual, and nobody with a whit of intelligence takes him seriously. In fact he’s good comic relief. I have relatives through marriage who, like Trump, are the MOST intransigent people I’ve ever met. It’s impossible to have an informed, rationale discussion with them about Obama so I’ve learned to avoid those land-mines.

  79. Ruffian9 says:

    There aren’t enough “f**k yous” in the world for DT.

    Suck it, you epic ass**le.

  80. sashavice says:

    He looks like an albino Oompa Loompa.

  81. daisy says:

    he deleted that because romney was winning the popular vote until the end.

  82. Tine says:

    Trump is wrong when he says the world is laughing at us. I have friends and family all over the world, and if anything, the fact that Obama was re-elected has helped America gain back some of the respect that was lost to it long before Obama was even in office.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      As a non-American, I’ll tell you that world isn’t laughing at you, the world is relieved and happy that you don’t take this think dump seriously. The only person at whom we’re laughing is Trump and we know you’re laughing right along with us. So maybe Trump IS the great uniter.

  83. anon says:

    Major BULLY when he doesn’t get his way.. Hope he doesnt endorse stop bullying because he is a hypocrite

  84. Anon says:

    Mr. Trump looks angry like his tax escaping loop holes might be exposed like Mitt’s finally were.
    How strange while President Clinton stumped for President Obama, President GW Bush was the keynote speaker at the Cayman Island symposium on how rich people can hide their money to avoid paying taxes to their countries.

  85. jamie says:

    The world is laughing at your backcomb !not to mention your old orange looking face ! Everytime you open your mouth you make a fool of yourself ,please go awayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!

  86. Liza Jane says:

    I also have relatives on FB in the States,we were informed by the DIL that we were not to post anything that would offend her?? She does know,over the years that although we are Conservative voters at home,we could never understand the present Republican Party with it’s hard liners and Tea Party. We soon learned never to talk politics( which is odd as for nigh on 50 years I have had great unheated debates on politics with like minded and opposing friends with nary a bad word exchanged) however with said DIL, it is a no go as she gets ballistic and has spewed on Facebook,telling us to mind our own business,who do we think we are?? Etc!! It’s too sad! Incidentally I also have a Dem friend who does not favour Obama but again we just chat about it in an adult manner!! How can you ever hope to work together for the best of America if you won’t listen to any viewpoint but your own???at least she isn’t a gun owner!!!

  87. Tuxedo Cat says:

    Well, he was *half* right – the world is laughing, but it’s at him!!!

  88. Issa says:

    Trump is proof that being wealthy isn’t an indicator of intelligence. Guess he really did get rich from being a slick guy instead of a smart one.

  89. ZenB!tch says:

    The Donald is spot on with the electoral college. It’s an archaic, elitist and unfair joke; but where was he in 2000 when it mattered.

    I’ll admit I was hoping Mittens would win the popular vote because I was hoping that if it happened twice in 12 years, we would be forced to revisit the electoral college issue.

    If that had happened, I was not looking for The Donald to be the spokesperson for the cause.

    As for the Tea Party, put a fork in it, it’s done.

  90. Kath says:

    Quite apart from his ugly personality and lack of brain cells, Donald Trump is the most physically ugly human being I have ever seen. I feel like throwing up just looking at him. I imagine the bimbos he marries must have to dose THEMSELVES with Rohypnol before tolerating his presence. Barf.