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‘Presidential diaper might need changing’: Internet hilariously mocks ‘old man’ Trump’s latest Twitterstorm

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President Donald Trump allegedly spent most of the late week begging his staff to agree with his Twitter attack on MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski. Saturday afternoon, before leaving New Jersey for a Washington, D.C. event, Trump tweeted out an attack on the media for criticizing his tweets.

“My use of social media is not Presidential – it’s MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL. Make America Great Again!” he said.

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He went on to tweet attacks at CNN and the “fake news.” CNN’s holiday weekend host announced that the network reached out to Trump and asked if the president wanted to come on to talk about these issues but they have not heard back.

However, it isn’t the media that is criticizing his tweets, it’s coming from his own party.

“It is damaging his presidency,” said Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) said in a CNN interview.

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“Please just stop. This isn’t normal and it’s beneath the dignity of your office,” tweeted Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) after the Brzezinski attacks.

“Stop it! The Presidential platform should be used for more than bringing people down,” tweeted Sen. Lisa Murowski (R-AK).

But those online had mixed reactions. Many wanted Trump to stop the “insanity.” Others, however, want to see Trump continue to implode.

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Here’s a great selection of the comments below:

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Trump’s is appealing to an electorate that is ‘dissolving before his eyes’: columnist

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Writing in The Atlantic this Thursday, Ronald Brownstein says that Donald Trump is running for reelection for an America that "no longer exists."

"Trump in recent weeks has repeatedly reprised two of Richard Nixon’s most memorable rallying cries, promising to deliver 'law and order' for the 'silent majority,'" Brownstein writes. "But in almost every meaningful way, America today is a radically different country than it was when Nixon rode those arguments to win the presidency in 1968 amid widespread anti-war protests, massive civil unrest following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., white flight from major cities, and rising crime rates. Trump’s attempt to emulate that strategy may only prove how much the country has changed since it succeeded."

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Trump is a friendless ‘psychopath’ who now sees Kavanaugh and Gorsuch as enemies: Art of the Deal ghostwriter

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Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch, who were nominated by Donald Trump, voted with the majority on Thursday against the president. Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter behind “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” says that the president now views the two Supreme Court justices as his enemies.

“The psychopathy is why he does what he does,” Schwartz told CNN. “He has no conscience and so breaking the law for him is no big deal.”

The Supreme Court rejected claims by Trump's attorneys that the president enjoyed absolute immunity, but the rulings may still allow him to keep his financial records secret until after the November election.

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‘Trump may well face charges’ after Supreme Court gave prosecutors access to financial records: Legal experts

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President Donald Trump could potentially face charges after the Supreme Court dealt him a loss in Trump v. Vance .

The ruling gives Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. the go-ahead to subpoena Trump’s accounting firm as part of his investigation into possible tax crimes involving hush money payments to his mistresses, according to attorneys Norm Eisen and Bassetti in Just Security.

"Trump has significant state law criminal exposure in connection with his hush money payments (for which his fixer Michael Cohen has already gone to jail on federal charges) — and more," the pair wrote. "Trump cannot pardon himself for state law offenses on his way out the door. And the Justice Department’s position that a sitting president cannot be indicted does not bind New York state authorities."

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