Internet lights up 'snowflake' Trump after he demands apologies from the media in Twitter meltdown
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The internet didn't respond well to President Donald Trump's Tuesday morning Twitter meltdown.


In the wake of the news that Trump might fire special counsel Robert Mueller, who is handling the Russian investigation, many believed Trump was attempting to deflect attention from himself.

"The Fake News Media has never been so wrong or so dirty," Trump began. "Purposely incorrect stories and phony sources to meet their agenda of hate. Sad!"

He then pivoted to accuse former Attorney General Loretta Lynch giving improper favor to former Secretary Hillary Clinton for the FBI's investigation.

"A.G. Lynch made law enforcement decisions for political purposes...gave Hillary Clinton a free pass and protection," Trump tweeted. "Totally illegal!"

He then demanded an apology from everyone for being treated unfairly.

Here's the hilarious backlash he earned from the internet: