Its just like there's so many things like criticize trump like about and like you're criticizing him using the word "like" in like a tweet from 8 years like ago.
I wasn't sure if you were being serious, or playing along.
But the very obvious joke here is that if you're accused of being mentally unstable, and that people around you think you're an idiot (which was obvious before the book came out), an adult wouldn't suddenly boast about their mental stability, or about how smart they are (which smart people generally don't feel the need to point out, but no one told Trump that), because they'd know that this only makes them look extremely insecure.
And on top of that he words it by sounding like a ditsy blonde teen. That was just the icing on the cake that made the tweet all the more unbelievable.
That it would make sense if it was a parody account, trying to make him look as insecure and unintelligent as possible, is certainly worth pointing out, when it's in regards to the president of the United States.
And this tweet was from today, not 8 years ago. It's clearly in response to excerpts from the book that claim that his mental stability was questioned to the point where they had medical experts brought in to examine him, and that virtually everyone around him has called him a moron/an idiot, etc.
Those are the things that made the headlines on the news for the past 24 hours. So Trump thought it would be a good idea to assure us of the opposite by saying this.
You can't write this stuff. But it actually happened. That was his response.Last edited by Hiku - on 06 January 2018