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Top Twitter Trending Topic? #TrumpResign



It’s been quite a week.

The Secretary of Defense resigns in protest.

Trump’s “charitable” foundation shuts down over illegal behaviors.

Former Trump National Security Advisor Mike Flynn almost goes to prison as the judge asks about “treason.”

Trump lifts sanctions against top Russian oligarch, a Putin ally.

Trump lies that ISIS has been defeated and orders pullout from Syria and Afghanistan, with no plan, no consultation, no support from experts.

Trump claims he has the endorsement of fallen soldiers to pull out of the Middle East.

Trump triggers a potential government shutdown after getting scorched by far right wing pundits like Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.

Trump demands $5 billion for a border wall the majority of America does not want.

Trump’s Treasury Secretary (basically) admits Trump’s promise of a 10% middle class tax cut, right before last month’s midterm elections, was a lie.

The list goes on and on and on.

It’s no wonder that Americans have had it.

Just days before Christmas, there is no Christmas spirit to lend this president.

And it’s no wonder that the top trending topic on Twitter is #TrumpResign.


Here are a few examples:


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