Donald Trump Is Live Tweeting His Thursday Morning Mental Breakdown – Check This Out (TWEETS)

It looks like he will never be running the country because with all the criticisms he will be getting as President he will be too busy tweeting everyone instead of concentrating on his job. You know there is a law regarding a public figure bulling, threatening, and harnessing citizens…… oh wait the Orangeman is above the law…. he’s got dirty laundry money to bail is evil ass out and really corrupt lawyers….

According to BR Donald Trump, this is already so old.

The President-elect, who might as well be known as cyberbully-elect, flipped out on Twitter in a Thursday morning rant that targeted Vanity Fair Magazine, “the media” as a whole, and the White House.

Trump wrote of Vanity Fair, “Has anyone looked at the really poor numbers of Vanity Fair Magazine. Way down, big trouble dead! Graydon Carter, no talent, will be out!”

Has anyone looked at the really poor numbers of @VanityFair Magazine. Way down, big trouble, dead! Graydon Carter, no talent, will be out!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 15, 2016

The president-elect, of course, doesn’t say where to find these conveniently ambiguous “really poor numbers.”

Perhaps he’s referring to the number of his supporters who read the magazine? After all, he carries the most favor with the least educated, those unlikely to be avid readers of Vanity Fair.

Trump’s criticism’s acute trigger is a story that the magazine ran on Wednesday titled, “Trump Grill Could Be The Worst Restaurant In America,” with the subtitle, “And It Reveals Everything You Need To Know About Our Next President.”

“Trump Grill” is the restaurant in New York’s Trump Tower, and Vanity Fair’s write up of the eating establishment obviously rubbed the president-elect the wrong way.

Trump also doesn’t like the media much to begin with, thus lending to his criticism of Vanity Fair. He wrote on Thursday morning, “The media tries so hard to make my move to the White House, as it pertains to my business, so complex — when actually it isn’t!”

The media tries so hard to make my move to the White House, as it pertains to my business, so complex – when actually it isn’t!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 15, 2016

The issue here is simple. With a soon to be president that takes no problem with viciously attacking on Twitter anyone who dares disagree with him, what is the future of free speech in the United States? Will people express their positions to the point as is integral to how the United States historically functions if they fear being called out by the president himself?

Past incidents of Trump attacking people on Twitter have ended up with the targets of his harassment becoming the victim of threats ranging from death to rape.

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