President Donald Trump set the Internet aflame by re-tweeting a hilarious tweet trolling Hillary Clinton and the unimaginative title of her new book, What Happened.
After helping survivors of Hurricane Harvey all day on September 2, Trump took a few minutes off Saturday night to check out Twitter, as he so often does.
The president decided to re-tweet a message from a Trump fan account called Team_Trump45. It was a meme featuring the front cover of Clinton’s campaign autopsy book, What Happened. Placed next to the image of Clinton’s book cover was a fake book cover with a large picture of a smiling Donald Trump under the words, “I Happened.”
— Trumpism 5.0™ (@Team_Trump45) September 3, 2017
Along with the president, the Tweet has gotten over 44,000 likes, more than 15,000 re-tweets, and 4,500 comments by the time this was published.
The president’s re-tweet of the hilarious jab at the former Democrat presidential candidate comes right before Hillary’s book tour, which is getting bad press before it even starts.
Last week news broke that Hillary Clinton was charging $2,000 and more for a chance to meet her (wow, what a treat) and get a signed copy of the book during the book tour.
A “VIP platinum ticket” for a September 28th talk in Toronto, Canada will cost an insane $2,375.95. Similar pricing is available in other Canadian cities. Admission tickets, which are already sold out, went for about $70 each, according to Fox News.
Meanwhile, President Trump spent his Saturday serving meals and meeting with the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 2, 2017
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) September 2, 2017
— CNN (@CNN) September 2, 2017
Indeed, due to his friendly demeanor and sunny optimism, one victim of Harvey said that after talking with Trump, she changed her mind about him.
Evacuees who snapped this selfie w @realDonaldTrump says the encounter changed their opinion of him.
Found him to be kind, reassuring. pic.twitter.com/IYTHH7Nshi
— Elex Michaelson (@abc7elex) September 2, 2017
On Friday, the president also promised to give one million dollars of his own money to Hurricane Harvey relief. Details are yet to be released on the specifics.