Trump Just Terrified Everyone With Only ONE Sentence

Trump Just Terrified Everyone With Only ONE Sentence

HAH! This is just ridiculous…of Liberals that is. A fake twitter account was set-up by a writer named Ashley, who wanted to play a game. They wanted to trap Trump into re-tweeting a quote that was given by an evil Italian dictator years ago. That account has been opened an entire year, and he finally did re-tweet one of the quotes. However, the jokes on LIBS- they forgot, Trump does not PLAY the game, he just wins.


The liberal gossip site Gawker set a trap for Donald Trump that was a year in the making — and this month he finally fell for it by retweeting something that sent his enemies wringing their hands in glee.

On the morning of Feb. 28 Trump jumped onto his Twitter account — as he so often does — and retweeted a quote a Twitter account named “ilduce2016” attributed to him. He retweeted it imagining he was retweeting one of his own quotes.

However, the tweet in question was actually a quote by WWII Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, and most decidedly not from Trump.

The Twitter account Trump retweeted was set up as a trap over a year ago by writer Ashley Feinberg. She set the social media account up to trap Trump in the hopes he’d retweet quotes from the WWII fascist, a leader who was eventually murdered by his own people after Germany fell and the Allies won the war.

Feinberg said she intended to show that Trump is essentially a fascist in his thinking.

In her post about the Tweet, Feinberg said, “In sending out that one little tweet, Donald Trump proved the point we had in mind when we created that bot: to show that Trump’s rhetoric is often indistinguishable from that of history’s most vainglorious and authoritarian fascist dictators — Benito Mussolini, specifically.”

“In fact, a lot of the founding father of fascism’s words sound like Trump-isms, so it’s hard to blame him for being confused,” the Gawker employee wrote.

Not long after Trump tweeted the famed fascist’s quote, NBC’s Chuck Todd asked the GOP frontrunner about the Twitter kerfuffle. “Did you know it was Mussolini?” Todd asked the real estate mogul.

“It’s okay to know it’s Mussolini,” Trump said in reply. “Mussolini was Mussolini. It’s okay to — it’s a very good quote, it’s a very interesting quote, and I saw — I know who said it. What difference does it make whether it’s Mussolini or somebody else?”

Chuck Todd was shocked. “Do you want to be associated with a fascist?“ he asked.

“No, I want to be associated with interesting quotes, and people,” Trump insisted, “I have almost 14 million people between Instagram and Facebook and Twitter and all of that and we do interesting things. And I sent it out, and it certainly got your attention didn’t it?”

When has re-tweeting a quote defined who a person is to their core?

Silly Ashley from tricks are for kids Libs…

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