And since Trump did something good yesterday on Israel, he had to follow up with this today. https://t.co/UvaRdcvsB5
— Bryan Myrick (@BryanMyrick) December 29, 2016
Earlier today, outgoing President Obama announced sanctions against Russia for their cyberattacks. Inquiring minds were left wondering: How would President-elect Trump respond?
This afternoon, they got their answer:
NEW: Trump statement in reaction to new US Sanctions on Russia pic.twitter.com/miZCNd0ZkW
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) December 29, 2016
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) December 29, 2016
No clue what this is supposed to mean. https://t.co/JgP4q65nBg
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 29, 2016
I keep going back and forth between the two sentences to decide which is more odd. pic.twitter.com/7kEUr9moiS
— Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner) December 29, 2016
All due respect to the POTUS-elect, but Russian cyber warfare doesn’t really seem like the kind of thing you should “move on” from.
Move on? Please don't. https://t.co/ocHrB3odyn
— Ellen L. Carmichael (@ellencarmichael) December 29, 2016
Also, why wait until next week? Not exactly the most forceful response considering who we’re dealing with, is it?
@ZekeJMiller curious why tomorrow doesn't work….
— Keithicle (@KeithOsmun) December 29, 2016
@ZekeJMiller "Next week." Life comes at you hard, Donnie, I'd take a briefing tonight and tomorrow morning.
— Tony Renner (@TonyRenner) December 29, 2016
@ZekeJMiller What could be bigger & better than meeting with intel folks? As POTUS might be good idea to know what's going on. Ya think?
— DesertGal (@DesertGalNM) December 29, 2016
President Obama’s two terms have been plagued by bad optics. President-elect Trump might want to think about how to avoid a similar fate.
Ugh, we Americans worried about Russian hacking are such bothers to the President-elect. https://t.co/5lfXrt78ob
— Brandon Kiser (@Kiser) December 29, 2016
@ABCPolitics Apparently this issue is not a big deal to Don. He has no sense of urgency. Weak.
— Herrongate (@spivbilcaster) December 29, 2016