By now, it’s no longer a secret that Donald Trump hates President Barack Obama but, just in case you had doubts, confirmation of it came on Twitter a couple of hours ago, right after the initial electoral results came out, proclaiming Obama the winner.
Trump, who recently made an “offer” to Obama to become more transparent by releasing private documents from his younger years (school records and his passport application, to be more specific), took to Twitter to vent the instant word got out that Obama had been reelected.
The tweets have since been deleted, MSN reports, but they made no secret of his aversion for the President.
“[Obama] lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!” Trump tweeted.
He also encouraged his followers to “march on Washington and stop this travesty,” because that was the only way they could “fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice.”
As noted above, late last month, Trump made a big fuss in the press about a huge “Obama announcement” he was about to make.
As speculation on what it might be made the rounds online, The Donald posted a video on his YouTube channel, urging the President to make said documents public as a gesture of good will and transparency.
In return, Trump promised to donate $5 million (€3.8 million) to a charity of Obama’s choice.
Naturally, Obama dismissed Trump’s “offer” for a joke. With Sandy ravaging the East Coast, he later had no time to even consider the extended deadline Trump gave him.
Others, though, stopped to take notice – and even to crack a joke.
Stephen Colbert and Mark Cuban both offered $1 million (€781,922) to a charity of Trump’s choice if he did something for a change.