Trump’s bad week just got even worse and Twitter was there for it

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Don’t look now, but it seems like Comey’s Revenge has officially originated and it’s not looking good for Trump.

A memo from the recently shelled FBI director manufactured its nature to the New York Times Tuesday and it was jam-packed with prejudicial demands about the president.

Among “the worlds largest” abominable were the allegations that Trump requested James Comey to shut down the federal is looking into Trump’s onetime national defence advisor Michael T. Flynn and equally as worrying that he hovered an idea to lock up reporters for publicizing classified information.

As the clamor for a full investigation germinated, House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz said his committee is willing to issue a subpoena to get hold of the memo.

Amidst all the craziness, person or persons was recognise mounting the White House fence. The only question was whether they were trying to infiltrate the Oval Office or abscond the rampage dumpster fire.

How precisely the most recent, potentially wildly prejudicial show will play out remains to be determined but in the meantime, Twitter had a schadenfreude-fest.

Here’s how it played out.

‘Obstruction of Justice’ shot to the top trending register within hours.

Impeachment was a popular subject.

Of course Trump’s old-time tweets came back to chew him

And the GIFs were out in full force.

A lot of beings thought it wasn’t certainly a fair fight.

One person was prominent by his absence.

The ball, as ever, is in Trump’s court.

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