On Thursday morning Trump decided to go on yet another Twitter rant. Trump cited a New York Times claim that “Fox and Friends” has become the most powerful TV show in America.
“Wow, the Failing @nytimes said about @foxandfriends ‘….the most powerful T.V. show in America,'” Trump tweeted.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 27, 2017
But did Trump read the full article? Because the article was not about the influence “Fox & Friends” has on the American public, it’s about the influence they have on Trump.
“Suddenly, for no other reason than its No. 1 fan, it is the most powerful TV show in America,” reads the key line from The Times story, titled “Watching ‘Fox & Friends,’ Trump Sees a Two-Way Mirror.”
Trump’s mental stability is questionable. He cites a news source that he believes to be “fake news” to prove a point that his Fox News show is “the most powerful,” that does not make sense.
Twitter users were quick to react to Trump’s ridiculous tweet:
— Jonathan M. Sherman (@improbablyjust) July 27, 2017
Never stop tweeting, Donnie. 😉 pic.twitter.com/VysGUHBAih
— (((Josh Springer))) (@Joshua_Springer) July 27, 2017
Wow. Honestly, your mental ineptitude is mind-blowing. I'm not even sure you have the capacity to understand you're being ridiculed.
— Incwell (@Incwell) July 27, 2017
This from a guy who reads the @nytimes religiously and insists he's too busy to watch much TV.
— Steven Greenhouse (@greenhousenyt) July 27, 2017
You…..didn't read the article did you. The @nytimes was mocking them sir. You realllllllllllly need to read things a bit closer
— sethedel (@sethedel) July 27, 2017
And spends a lot of time agreeing to be interviewed by them!
— Bette Blackwell (@RealBetteB) July 27, 2017
Wow, the failing POTUS is tweeting about a TV show while his healthcare bills continue to fail. #sad
— Britt (@Brittles067) July 27, 2017
Yes, because you're the toddler who watches it & claps along. Did you read the article or did your new nanny Mooch just tell you that part?
— Ian Fortey (@IanFortey) July 27, 2017
Fox and Friends is influential because you obsessively watch it and believe whatever crap they say. Stop. Listen to intel briefings instead.
— No Nonsense (@ilovedogsncake) July 27, 2017
Fox & Friends is a cartoon show. A bunch of loser dweebs running @ the mouth saying nonsense. They r unhinged worrying abt FBI after them.
— Reigart (@Reigart) July 27, 2017
It has you tweeting about them, and you're supposed to be the most powerful man. Instead, you're an embarrassment
— christopher doyle (@doylech54) July 27, 2017