Twitter Just UNLEASHED On Trump After He Called Americans ‘Stupid People’ And ‘Fools’ (TWEETS)

Donald Trump just unleashed an attack on any and all Americans who have a problem with his cozy relationship with Putin. Sure, Russia — in an effort directly spearheaded by the Russian dictator — hacked our election with the intent of effectively installing Donald Trump in the Oval Office. Sure, this has been confirmed by more than a baker’s dozen intelligence agencies. Sure, Trump, who very publicly asked Russia to hack his opponents, has been informed of this himself. But according to him, all that matters is that we kiss Vladdy Poot’s (we imagine this to be his cute little nickname for his Russian sugar daddy) ring and you’re “stupid” if you feel otherwise.

“Having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing. Only “stupid” people, or fools, would think that it is bad! We…..” Trump tweeted, still failing to grasp the intracacies of the use of ellipses (It’s three dots, not four or twelve, Donald!), “have enough problems around the world without yet another one. When I am President, Russia will respect us far more than they do now and….” He added in a third tweet, “both countries will, perhaps, work together to solve some of the many great and pressing problems and issues of the WORLD!”

Of course, one of the world’s problems is that Russia directly interfered with a sovereign nation’s election at an unprecedented level, according to the report Trump received. Naturally, Americans who have a problem with a foreign power interfering — especially at this level — in our election don’t exactly enjoy the President-elect calling them “stupid” for caring about the integrity of the electoral process:

Yes, ideally, we should want a good relationship with every country, but Trump somehow doesn’t consider it a problem that Putin directly ordered an interference in our election that likely helped him win. To Trump, his personal benefit is more important than the good of our nation. And we’re stupid, right?

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