China Just Perfectly Trolled Trump On His Fave Platform; This is BRILLIANT

Donald Trump is always going on about what a great relationship he has with China’s President Xi Jinping. After all, Trump prefers authoritarian strongmen rather than side with America’s Democratic allies. However, now that Trump has been playing dangerous games with the U.S.-China Trade policy, it seems that the relationship has cooled. They also know how to get under Trump’s skin best: by mocking him. Whomever controls the Twitter account for People’s Daily, China did just that on Saturday.

That’s right, China’s largest newspaper took to Twitter to mock Trump’s inability to keep people in posts in his Administration. This time, of course, they are referring to the ouster of Ryan Zinke, the corrupt  Secretary of the Interior who has just resigned and will be leaving at the end of the year.

Of course, Trump’s war with China could have much more sinister effects on the economy here in the United States and around the globe. Two super powers being locked in a trade war is good for no one involved. It’s quite ironic, as Trump has always touted his job numbers and the economy (that President Obama recovered – Trump is just riding his coattails), and now one of his infamous temper tantrums just might be the thing to tank it all. According to CNBC, Mike Pence’s speech in October, along with Trump’s erratic behavior on Twitter, could have a lasting effect on the markets, which seesaw with Trump’s every utterance. Of course, this is what we get for having a petulant, impulsive, mentally unstable child in a 72-year-old man’s bloated orange body become the most powerful man in the world.

In the meantime, People’s China Daily, keep tweeting. It really gets under his thin, orange skin. That is the only way to deal with someone like Trump: mockery. The more you do it, the more he comes unglued. Maybe if you continue, he can be led away by the men in white coats like he needs to be, and we will all be saved.

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