Donald Trump is a popular guy. The same way the fellow who misses the winning field goal, eats the last brownie and tracks mud into the house is a popular guy. In other words he’s on everyone’s sh*tlist…
Following a brash move to hold the country hostage in an effort to get President Obama to release his college transcripts, the billionaire bully is finding fewer and fewer people taking him seriously—let alone supporting him—with his latest maneuver.
Upon hearing of Obama’s reelection, Trump spewed social media sewage on Twitter, bashing the pres.
“Well, back to the drawing board!” he wrote, one of more subtle tweets for the evening.
The comment inspired citizen responses like: “I hope you choke on your money, you dirty sh*tpig.” and “F*ck you, Trump. F*ck you.”
From there, it just got silly, as Trump’s spray tan bumbled with spite, calling for an insurgency in Washington.
“We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty,” he wrote.
While most people chose to ignore the noise, some swatted back at the pest with jabs of snark.
"Donald Trump just called for a Revolution. Doesn't like democracy I guess," tweeted Mark Ruffalo, apparently still in superhero mode from his role as Hulk in The Avengers. (“Hulk crush Trump.”)
Backing the green-tinted freedom soldier was “30 Rock” star Alec Baldwin who wrote, "@realdonaldtrump. You trust the voters when they choose The Apprentice. But not now?"
Sensing things were getting steamed in Camp Trump, Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen took action.
“I'ma run a sedative up to Trump Tower#BRB," tweeted Andy.
Then—in an unprecedented move—NBC anchor Brian Williams actually gave the bad hair day tycoon the time of day, adding his thoughts.
“Donald Trump, who has driven well past the last exit to relevance and peered into something closer to irresponsible here, is tweeting tonight,” wrote Williams.
What would seem like a final blow to the Trump revolution didn’t seem to slow to freight train down, if he even noticed it.
For now, the social sphere is calm until the beast rises from his 24-K-lined linen with yet another unreasonable demand.