The internet destroyed Donald Trump overnight for orchestrating an entirely avoidable government shutdown.
One year to the date of his inauguration, the president managed to shutdown the entire government and drive budget talks off the cliff.
Trump, the so-called “Master Dealmaker” failed to demonstrate an ounce of leadership during the tense budget talks, and exposed the fraudulent myth that he is a “Stable Genius” and successful businessman who would negotiate only “The best deals” for America.
Of course, Twitter erupted with incredible posts slamming Trump and squarely placing the blame for the shutdown on the Republicans for hijacking DACA and CHIP in an effort to poison the budget talks and plunge the United States Government into chaos.
Trump has managed to shut down the government faster than one of his casinos. #TrumpShutdown
— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) January 20, 2018
The President said he was going to run America like his businesses. Apparently we have reached the part where he would usually just declare bankruptcy and run away. #TrumpShutdown
— Jason Kander (@JasonKander) January 19, 2018
End of year one
FBI investigation: open
Federal government: closed
Wall money from Mexico: $0
Hush money to Stormy $130,000
Title: The Stable Genius of Swamp-a-Lago
So much winning
— Steve Bannon (@PRESlDENTBANNON) January 20, 2018
McConnell asks “how did we get here?” Here’s why Mitch- because you and your party don’t give a damn about DACA kids. And don’t forget your party has left CHIP kids without health coverage for months because YOU decided not to fund the program.Hypocrite.Trump shutdown is on you
— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) January 20, 2018
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— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) January 20, 2018
.@realDonaldTrump should heed his own words:
“if there is a shutdown I think it would be a tremendously negative mark on the president of the United States. He's the one that has to get people together.” #TrumpShutdown pic.twitter.com/pqbGAQf1Tx
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) January 19, 2018