Chelsea Clinton’s tweet about ‘words’ leads to path she really didn’t want to go down

The way Chelsea Clinton is using Twitter recently makes one wonder if she is borrowing a page from President Donald Trump’s book.

The only difference is that President Trump discusses actual issues, while the former first daughter uses the social media outlet as a place to whine about ridiculous things.

On Sunday Clinton posted a rambling tweet that read “Words without action are … meaningless. Words with inaction are … just words. Words with opposite action is … hypocrisy.”

And yet since her mother’s stunning defeat to President Trump, Chelsea Clinton hasn’t done much more than tweet words without action.

Just last week she expressed outrage over a jewelry store billboard and again over a Make America Great Again hat worn by Abraham Lincoln.

She’s also recently took the time to ruin pancakes for everyone and to take on subway graffiti.

Perhaps that is why she is getting a lifetime achievement award.

But that didn’t stop social media users from piling on her for Sunday’s tweet.

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