Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump found a way to insert himself into the Democratic debate when he decided to troll the competition on Twitter Tuesday evening.
The current Republican front-runner didn’t spare any of the candidates during his live tweets on Hillary Clinton’s credibility, Bernie Sanders’ views on gun laws, and more. He also found ways to brand himself by retweeting supporters who literally watched his tweets instead of the actual debate on CNN.
First, he predicted the lesser-known candidate, former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, didn’t have the chops to hold the White House seat.
Former Mayor of Baltimore Martin O’Malley wasn’t safe either.
In Trump’s world, no one matters – because they aren’t Donald Trump.
Trump did salute Sanders after the Vermont Senator boldly stated that Americans didn’t want to hear about Clinton’s “damn emails” anymore.
In addition to his tweets about the candidates, his supporter retweets were just as bizarre.
Trump did become a trending topic on Twitter for his commentary, but was it really needed? Sound off in the comment section below.
SOURCE: CNN | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
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