Donald Trump’s Real Memorial Day Message: I Am the Victim

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These tweets are unhinged.

Donald Trump woke up this morning and tweeted a link to a statement someone in his press office wrote about Memorial Day purporting to be from him. Right after he dispensed with the speech writers though and shared what’s actually on his mind.
Instead of embedding thesen insane tweets, I have copied the text and put it in a more appropriate font. If it’s actually too real and too on the nose and too impossible to read, you can click here and read them “normally.” 
Donald Trump’s Memorial Day message: I am the real hero. 

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