David Axelrod presumably remembers early in 2009 when President Obama took office, because he was there. But you wouldn’t know it based on this:
This says it all: Asked whether he thought his rhetoric had gone too far in the campaign, Mr. Trump responded: "No. I won."
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) November 12, 2016
I really enjoy Axe''s commentary, but is he forgetting Obama's famous "I won" moment? Because it sure seems like an obvious comparison. https://t.co/mNTPTpAu6E
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) November 12, 2016
— Chrissy (@cmnull444) November 12, 2016
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 12, 2016
Self-awareness takes another holiday!
— DC Dude (@DCDude1776) November 12, 2016
"I won. Deal with it." Sound familiar? https://t.co/8qaFm1WcFi
— =^..^= (@Hiss_N_Bytch) November 12, 2016
Hey clown remember this? Obama "I won deal with it" https://t.co/vDDgypy940
— Jim Spivey (@jamesspivey) November 12, 2016
@davidaxelrod Democrats will continue to lose their minds as Trump uses lines they LOVED hearing Obama use. "I won" "pen & phone" etc
— Is it over yet? (@PaulWDrake) November 12, 2016
@davidaxelrod Just as Obama did, over and over. Remember? "Elections have consequences". Congratulations, you helped give us Trump.
— Steve Sandack (@ssandack) November 12, 2016
@davidaxelrod Crazy combination of Obama's "I won" + Reid justifying lies about Romney taxes, right?
— Joshua Mercer (@joshuamercer) November 12, 2016
Reminds me of Harry Reid having no regrets about lies regarding Romney taxes. https://t.co/xLyfzoexfZ
— Katrina Richards (@buckeye328) November 12, 2016
"It worked, didn't it?" Harry Reid in 2012 on accusing Mitt Romney of not paying taxes. https://t.co/LWMxLPA4yg
— Milos Lazarevic (@miloslazaNBG22) November 12, 2016
Only Dems are allowed to do it, apparently.