‘U need 2 work on your begging skills’: Internet rips Trump’s pathetic wall plea to Mexican president
After leaked transcripts revealed that President Donald Trump begged Mexican President Peña Nieto to stop saying that Mexico won’t pay for Trump’s border wall, Twitter exploded in mockery and disgust.
Users blasted Trump’s followers for their uncritical acceptance of everything Trump says while others suggested this is just the White House’s pattern — to float extravagant lies, get caught and then re-spin the facts to attack the media or “leakers.”
Check them out, below:
Only brainwashed Trumpsters ever believed that Mexico would pay for the wall.
— Lou (@DigglerUK) August 3, 2017
You actually begged Mexico's President 2 stop telling the truth (they are NOT paying for the wall) U need 2 work on your begging skills.
— MEDubbs (@msmarymck) August 3, 2017
And Mexican President Nieto response is "as soon as you stop saying Mexico will pay for the wall I'll stop saying I won't"
— Bionca-Lori (@BioncaLori) August 3, 2017
Y'all's president is out here literally begging the President of Mexico to stop telling the media they won't pay for the wall wow
— 🌴🌴🌴🌴🌴 (@__uninterrupted) August 3, 2017
I'm still amazed ppl actually believe he can force Mexico to pay for a wall…
— kacesq (@kacesq) August 3, 2017
Of course it is. Anyone thinking Mexico would pay for this redundant wall lacks even the rudimentary ability to think critically. https://t.co/Vg69wtK96H
— Alex Moore (@Moore_Alex01) August 3, 2017
— Christopher Keelty (@keeltyc) August 3, 2017
https://t.co/MiVugBn6NP So Trump knew he lied whenever he promised Mexico would pay for the wall. Expect an outcry from Trumpers any minute/
— (((Teri Adams))) (@Teri_A_Adams) August 3, 2017
Everyone knew the "Mexico will pay for the wall" line was a lie. I think maybe even the people chanting it at rallies knew, but didn't care.
— Russell Saylor (@RussellSaylor) August 3, 2017
Well, maybe you should stop saying that Mexico will pay for the wall, you asshat. https://t.co/o3lwoNGp05
— Terry Munger (@sociologygeek) August 3, 2017