President Donald Trump kicked off Presidents’ Day with a tweet commemorating the holiday with a misplaced apostrophe and things kind of went downhill for him after that as commenters called on him to do the honorable thing and resign after his impeachment.
Following a simple all-caps “HAPPY PRESIDENT’S DAY!” the first respondent to the president felt compelled to point out: “Dude. just admit it, it’s not your day.”
Things didn’t get much better for the president at the point as you can see below:
Dude. just admit it, it's not your day
— Comfortably Numb (@YGalanter) February 17, 2020
Happy Presidents Day President Obama!! pic.twitter.com/pIxkfSMZou
— Jules Morgan (@glamelegance) February 17, 2020
Now if only we had a president…
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) February 17, 2020
Today is a great day to celebrate all our Presidents who haven't been impeached.
— Nick Jack Pappas (@Pappiness) February 17, 2020
It's Presidents' Day, idiot.
— Jeremy Newberger (@jeremynewberger) February 17, 2020
*impeached presidents day
— Alex (@Alex4Rep) February 17, 2020
We celebrate your last 8 months in office
— Edward Kim (@eddiek005) February 17, 2020
Let no one forget on Presidents Day that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by 3 million votes. Do not let this administration or it’s draconian policies become normalized. Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by a president. ✊ we must resist
— ♻️ Christopher Zullo (@ChrisJZullo) February 17, 2020
— Andrea Junker (@Strandjunker) February 17, 2020
IT'S "PRESIDENTS' DAY" YOU ILLITERATE GOOFUS
— Jeff Tiedrich (@itsJeffTiedrich) February 17, 2020
— Chidi®️ (@ChidiNwatu) February 17, 2020
you're not my president
— White Chocolate (@valejazzy) February 17, 2020
In honor of Presidents' Day, you should follow in the footsteps of all the recent Presidents and release your tax returns. What are you hiding?
— Paul (@pablo_honey1) February 17, 2020
@BarackObama: "You wanna know what someone's going to do, look what they've been doing their whole life."
Stringing together full sentences. No cheap shots. Ahhh the good old days! pic.twitter.com/UWidQ5Wv20
— (@fortismind) February 17, 2020
— Calvin Schneider (@realcalvinn) February 17, 2020
Nice of you to remember President Obama…the greatest President of the 21st Century.
— ⚜️Pierre de Resistance⚜️ (@aka_pierrecouvy) February 17, 2020
WE COULD USE ONE. ARE YOU RESIGNING, SO WE CAN HAVE ONE AGAIN? WE ACCEPT YOUR RESIGNATION!
— Hoodlum (@HoodlumRIP) February 17, 2020
You're resigning?!!? Fantastic, a happy president's day indeed!
— sdm1177 (@sdm1177) February 17, 2020
— stop it (@planoldtired) February 17, 2020
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