Take a look at this tweet from the New York Times opinion account … notice anything odd?
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) May 5, 2017
The land they rule.
Presidents don’t rule land, or people.
Now we know how Obama won twice.
— David Edward (@_David_Edward) May 5, 2017
And yeah, while Obama golfed more than other presidents, it’s not an unfair criticism to point out that Trump has golfed as well. Unfortunately they went to a stupid place and implied that Trump should be ruling, not golfing.
Apparently the NYT thinks a president should rule.
@nytopinion Trump doesn't rule any land, you civics-ignorant trout flapper. He's a *President*, not a damn king.
— Jared (@jaredstill) May 5, 2017
Fine, pick on Trump playing golf but for the love of all that’s holy, take a CIVICS class.
@nytopinion Rule? Really? I can smell your desparation.
— Molly Anne (@MollyAnne1776) May 5, 2017
We all get it, too bad the NYT does NOT.
@nytopinion Presidents don't "rule". That's a disgusting concept we rejected long ago. And, don't even start with the golf thing.
— Killmaven (@Killmaven) May 5, 2017
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) May 5, 2017
There are lots of headlines they didn’t write for Obama that they’ve written and will write for Trump.
@nytopinion Rule? Delete your account.
— Vinings Dux (@DukeOfVinings) May 5, 2017
We can only hope.
CLASSY: Dems (including Nancy Pelosi) and media spread FALSE rumor of beer bash after AHCA votehttps://t.co/3u76WSAaIN
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 5, 2017