President Donald Trump is not feeling the love – at all. The head of state has announced he’s officially fading to black from his daily coronavirus task force briefings as a result of getting flamed by both social media and news publications.
Donald Trump Drops The Mic
Donald Trump went to his old reliable Twitter Saturday night and let loose some major steam as he plans to ditch the briefings. Donald pointed the finger at the mainstream media for taking aim at him and supposedly twisting the truth to present fake news to the masses.
“What is the purpose of having White House News Conferences when the Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions, & then refuses to report the truth or facts accurately. They get record ratings, & the American people get nothing but Fake News. Not worth the time & effort!” -Donald Trump’s Twitter
50 Cent Goes Off-Off On The Head of State
Friday night, New York rapper 50 Cent hit up his social media pages with pure digital smoke, ripping into Donald Trump. The Queens rap star used a slew of memes clowning Trump over the idea of putting a poisonous liquid into an infected person’s body.
“you know the Vibes. LOL” -50 Cent’s Twitter
Wait, There’s More
Former G-Unit member Game‘s manager Wack 100 has also lit up Donald Trump. 100 went to his social media pages to poke fun at the Clorox idea.
“Ole Donald ……” -Wack 100’s Instagram
Before You Go
On Friday, Trump ended his daily coronavirus task force briefing in a shocking manner. Donald decided to not take questions from reporters less than 24 hours after getting slammed for suggesting cleaning solutions like Clorox could be injected as a treatment against COVID-19.
The president walked out of the briefing room as journalists shouted questions at him on Friday after earlier saying the injection comments were “sarcastic”. It is the first time Mr Trump has refused questions at the public conference, which often stretches well beyond an hour and has featured heated exchanges with reporters. (The Standard)
Medical experts are warning people not to inject disinfectants after President Trump talked about the idea at Thursday’s White House press briefing. (CBS News)