A reporter dug up an old insult from Trump's archive of over 35,000 tweets that pretty much sums up the President.
Trump's attack on Obama held more relevance for Trump himself, especially with recent discussions of protecting the Dreamers under the DACA plan, and more times spent on the golf course than in the White House.
It's unreal how many things he hits in this one tweet— Existential Dread (@twkovach) September 15, 2017
I'm pretty sure you could comb through his tweets and predict the future off them. Or at least anticipate his future tweets.— NMaass (@NMaass26) September 15, 2017
It's like that old saying: If a monkey with a keyboard sent an infinite number of tweets, they would eventually all be hypocritical.— Eric Williams (@Eric_Williams_1) September 15, 2017
I'm starting to believe President Trump is a bot.....— MrBurns ☣️🃏🐢🐢🐢 (@Johnny_Potatoes) September 15, 2017
Because he was projecting. He knew then these are the things he would do as President. That's how he saw the Presidency.— N Williamson (@JahfaveN) September 15, 2017
I swear this is groundhogs day and hes gonna be president every day i wake up for the rest of my life. Feels like a decade n not even 1 year— RoofusTheDog (@SirNicholasIII) September 15, 2017
We must stop being surprised and admit that he was actually prophetic. He'll get a TV show where he solves murders with clairvoyance.— Patrice Mersault (@FeverishEyes) September 15, 2017
Unlike fine wine, Trump's tweets do not age well. But Reddit user "BlatantConservative" saw the tweets as an important device for people to gauge the President's credibility.
He told NBC News:
If anti-Trump material comes from a news agency or a political opponent, the human mind is going to rationalize and explain it away as fake or biased news ... If anti-Trump material comes from Trump himself, they have to choose whether they believe he's a liar, forgetful, or even if he's doing the wrong thing.