We’re not really sure if Donald Trump was a little tipsy this morning, maybe a bit high on hairspray but he tweeted the most bizarre thing:
They will soon be calling me MR. BREXIT!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 18, 2016
Whaaaa?! Like what does that even mean? Does he plan on removing the United States from the United States? Is it a joke about how his hateful rhetoric has divided the country in two? Is he going to put his face on money and tell us to use that? Is he promising to destroy the country, sink our markets and screw over the middle class if he loses the election? Seriously, we are very confused but apparently we were not the only ones:
— Alexandra Mondalek (@amondalek) August 18, 2016
@realDonaldTrump Because you will divide a nation and people who voted for you will regret it the next day and want a do-over?
— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) August 18, 2016
— Alexandra Svokos (@asvokos) August 18, 2016
— V Hale (`･⊝･´) (@virgehall) August 18, 2016
— Luke McGee (@lukemcgee) August 18, 2016
@realDonaldTrump anything but Mr. President please
— Sahil Lavingia (@shl) August 18, 2016
nicknames donald trump could try out if “MR. BREXIT” doesn’t stick pic.twitter.com/Dw8L5EPpyV
— Tom Phillips (@flashboy) August 18, 2016
Does “Mr. Brexit” means Mr. Trump Exit pic.twitter.com/bBsPnSbLVC
— FeeBee (@PhoebePCB) August 18, 2016
It is still unclear what the hell he meant when he said that but the only thing that we can figure is that his nickname circles back to his xenophobia. Brexit is the direct result of the far-right’s hate of immigrants in the United Kingdom. Donald Trump feels exactly the same way the imbeciles who are to blame for Brexit do. However, the U.K. actually had something to break away from (the European Union), the United States does not. So, this tweet, like most of the things that Trump says, made absolutely no sense.
What do you think Donald Trump meant when he called himself “Mr.Brexit”? Let us know in the comment section below.
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