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Trump Says Memo Proves His Innocence, But NBC Has The Receipts

In a series of tweets over the weekend, President Donald Trump claimed that the "Nunes Memo" released by the House Intelligence Committee on Friday somehow vindicated him and undermined Mueller's investigation into Trump-Russia collusion.


Members of the House from both parties disagreed, however, as NBC News made clear in its own series of tweets:

Twitter users quickly piled on, mocking Trump's false claim of vindication:

Not to mention his grammar...

I mean, did he even read the thing?

Trump could learn a thing or two from this guy:

A powerful message for everyone in the age of Trump:

H/T: Twitter