Or it could be exactly what it is. When a person shows you who they are you should believe them. Trying to find the hidden lining is comical. Trump continue to show you he is an idiot, and you continue to try to find some way to justify it. Let me give you a hint. If you look at Trump as the idiot he is, then view his tweets its very easy to see and know exactly what he is doing. When you try to make something stupid appear deep or on another level is why you seem to have a problem.
Even if Trump was trying to put some hidden meaning that the Queen is fat, it would still make him out to be an absolute idiot. The question probably isn't that Trump is an idiot, its the question of how much.
It could be, considering I mentioned twice that may be the case. Seems that you agree with that view of the situation.
Are you saying that something considered stupid by some, can't have deeper meaning?
Does this also mean Cuomo is an idiot for making a spelling mistake and every other person who does, or is everyone exempt from that except for Trump? If someone makes multiple spelling mistakes, is that showing me who they are, so I should believe that they are an idiot because they can't spell correctly 100% of the time?
If Trump was trying to put hidden meanings into things, it would be important to know what that meaning is, wouldn't it? It's not like he's the President or anything important right? If a foreign power gives Trump dirt on his opponent, knowing what the hidden arrangement and agreement between them is would be important don't you think, or is that not important since clearly Trump is too much of an idiot to play that game? If Trump is putting hidden meanings into his tweets, as well as making hidden deals with foreign enemies, and his opposition isn't realizing it or can't prove it, then who is the idiot with problems really?
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