Trump Just Tweeted Hilarious Video Mocking The People Who Said He Would Never Be President

The Democrats and the MSM have no shame. With every passing day, we see more and more evidence of their hypocrisy, intellectual dishonesty, and evil behavior.

He gave them a wonderful video as a message of reminder what happened last time when they tried to put him to shame!

He headed back to Washington, DC from Bedminster, New Jersey Sunday afternoon, and while on his way to the White House, tweeted out a video showing clips of people remarking that Trump would never be president.

The video featured cable news pundits, former President Obama, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, as well as a clip from the Fox TV show “The Simpsons.”

There is a clip from Bill Maher’s “Real Time” where the host asks who will win the general election and guest Ann Coulter says “Donald Trump” to laughter to jeers. Another clip shows actor George Clooney saying, “There will never be a president Trump.”


The final image shows Trump’s head superimposed on the body of Superman, featured on the Jumbotron in Times Square, New York City.

Video below:

This is pure Gold. “How do you like me now?” The swamp rats & the actresses of Hollywood all have a dozen eggs on their face. The day POTUS was sworn in, he gave America back to the people!

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