— ōsuzumebachi (@osuzumebachi) March 1, 2017
Well, give this much to the New York Times … it took some serious chutzpah to send out a tweet like this:
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) March 1, 2017
Times op-ed columnist Andrew Rosenthal writes:
First as a candidate, and now as president, Donald Trump has drawn fire for promising the moon and stars without giving the slightest hint of how he intended to obtain them. In fact, as Tuesday night’s speech to Congress demonstrated so clearly, the president is actually a master of the art of diminished expectations.
On Tuesday night, we are told, he looked sober and presidential, when all he actually did was read a speech from a Teleprompter without veering off into one of his incoherent rants.
@nytopinion Didn't everyone tell us for eight years that that was presidential?
— Ric Flairs Toupee (@AnybodyOutThar) March 1, 2017
That was more than sufficient for you assholes for the last 8 years. https://t.co/z3YQ4htzRe
— Mr. ✘ (@GlomarResponder) March 1, 2017
It sure was.
@nytopinion have you so soon forgotten President Barack "Teleprompter" Obama?
— TheJosiahQ (@TheJosiahQ) March 1, 2017
@nytopinion Okay, after President Teleprompter Obama, this is just funny.
— DC McAllister (@McAllisterDen) March 1, 2017
— DaveConlon (@CountDownDave) March 1, 2017
@nytopinion You sure you want to go there? Chap you squee'd over for 8 years used a teleprompter to say "Hello" when answering the phone.
— Scott Carroll (@YouDaManTiger) March 1, 2017
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) March 1, 2017
— LifebytheCreek (@lifebythecreek) March 1, 2017
— Jim Branch (@jamesbranch3) March 1, 2017
— Wootpool (@WootpoolTheMad) March 1, 2017