Trump trolls critics with first glorious tweets since Mueller report delivered to DOJ … and it’s brilliant

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The anti-Trump cabal frequently point to tweets from President Donald Trump as justification for their anxiety over his presidency, yet these same critics were found to be chomping at the bit in anticipation of Trump’s reaction to Special Counsel Robert Mueller finally delivering his report on alleged Russian collusion.

And the president satisfied their impatience Sunday morning, even if he may have just been trolling the left.

Either way, only Donald Trump would receive the kind of reaction seen online to a simple “good morning” wish.

“Good Morning, Have A Great Day!” the president tweeted.

It certainly didn’t help his case that Trump followed the first tweet up with this:

The tweets had the liberal media breathlessly reporting that Trump tweeted for the first time since Mueller had finished his Russian collusion investigation — The Hill was counting the hours, noting the president had gone a whole “40 hours” without tweeting.

Mueller delivered his final report to Attorney General William Barr on Friday after almost two years of investigating Trump — at a cost of more than $30 million.

Citing an aide, the online news outlet said President Trump was is a great mood as he spends the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida — Trump hit the links with rocker Kid Rock on Saturday, which is likely to improve one’s disposition.

With the Justice Department saying that Mueller wrapped up his investigation of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia without one indictment related to the initial allegation, this too may put a skip in Trump’s giddy-up.

But President Trump has uttered nary a peep on the Mueller report, to the angst of the left.

Others were asking of the tweets what does it all mean? As if there is some secret message being delivered with the presidential salutation?

As for anti-Trump “resistance” member Ed Krassestein, conservative activist Jack Posobiec burned him with this offering:

But then, Posobiec had the ‘Russiagate” market cornered.

Meanwhile, Krassenstein’s brother, Brian, was busy trying to remove his foot from his throat:

Here’s a sampling of other responses to the president’s tweets from Twitter:

Tom Tillison


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