- Donald Trump tweeted this the day before the election:
- — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)Mon, Nov 05 2012 21:06:26Obama just stated "It's always good to ignore Donald Trump." I state he is right, especially when the truth is against him.
- Not many people ignored Trump on election night though. Several times, he tweeted his outrage at Barack Obama's victory over Mitt Romney -- "a total sham," as he put it -- and called for a march on Washington and a revolution.
Long after most election-watchers likely went to bed, people were still tweeting sarcastic jokes about Trump's comments. Here's a look at some of the funniest.
- — Dominic Carlsson (@sconehenge)Wed, Nov 07 2012 11:02:19Confident that he might not be US president at all, Donald Trump urges Barack Obama to release his Presidenting License to the public.
- — Matt Zarb-Cousin (@mattzarb)Wed, Nov 07 2012 06:29:20If I was Obama the first thing I'd do is introduce "the Trump Tax" - essentially just a massive tax on Donald Trump and all of his things.
- — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)Wed, Nov 07 2012 04:29:33We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided!
- — Hosea Cheung (@hosea24hours)Wed, Nov 07 2012 05:35:18To Donald Trump's credit, his one night of Twitter ranting has been more entertaining than all 12 seasons of The Apprentice combined.
- 4. And another tweet (which he later deleted): "More votes equals a loss...revolution!"
- — Top Conservative Cat (@TeaPartyCat)Wed, Nov 07 2012 04:50:24Donald Trump is calling for revolution. Revolution. Can someone remind him what happens to rich loudmouths in a revolution?
U.S. election: Donald Trump's Twitter freakout and the best jokes in response
Donald Trump tweeted his outrage at Barack Obama's victory over Mitt Romney Tuesday night, and later deleted some of the tweets. That didn't stop tweeters from poking fun at his comments all night long.
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