Trump Claims ‘Total Acquittal’ Is Most ‘Gorgeous Word’ And Instantly Gets Trolled: ‘That’s 2 Words, Moron!’
Donald Trump tried to celebrate being acquitted by Republican Senators who refused to hold a fair trial. Trump appeared to believe that the words “total acquittal” was just one word.
“They brought me to the final stages of impeachment,” Trump told a gathering of GOP allies. “But now we have that gorgeous word, I never thought a word would sound so good. It’s called total acquittal, total acquittal.”
It didn’t take long for Twitter users to notice Trump’s incompetent comments. Here are some of the best responses:
"Total acquittal" is two words, not one. And don't understand, Mr. President, how you can add that adjective when nearly half of the Senate voted the opposite way.
— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) February 6, 2020
Trump says the "most gorgeous word" is "total acquittal."
Those are two words.
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) February 6, 2020
Trump was impeached. Despite his delusional claims to the contrary, he did not get “total acquittal.” He still stands impeached.
— JackiSchechner (@JackiSchechner) February 6, 2020
Total acquittal my ass @realDonaldTrump what kind of fucking drugs are you on today???
— Michelle Eveleth (@mchellewith3) February 6, 2020
Trump just called the result of his impeachment "total acquittal." But if he had faced an actual criminal jury, as regular defendants would face, a vote of 52-48 would not be called an "acquittal." It would be called a hung jury, and the government could try the case again.
— David Halperin (@DaHalperin) February 6, 2020
We come to that goregeous word. I never thought I would hear such a gorgeous word. Total acquittal. That 2 words, moron.
— ginny (@gc4ginger) February 6, 2020
OJ also had total acquittal but everybody knows the truth. pic.twitter.com/ONHmvqsRyx
— Rob K (@Canadastrong99) February 6, 2020
One Word: Total Acquittal https://t.co/j3l9SfMxJ6
— Andrew Jerell Jones (@sluggahjells) February 6, 2020
Total Acquittal* is a synonym for Impeached Forever.
— Leslie on a Pike 🐠 (@Leslieoo7) February 6, 2020
If I heard that correctly, "totalacquittal" is a new word.
— Charlie Currie (@CharlesRCurrie1) February 6, 2020
"Total acquittal" sounds as stupid as "very unique."
P.S. acquittal does not equal innocent.
— Margie Delez (@Kneady144) February 6, 2020
This “Total Acquittal” speech is full-on terrifying.
— Patrick Tillmann (@kingcutie) February 6, 2020