Trump just tweeted something that got so many weak within and jaws drop

Donald Trump has retweeted a ‘solar eclipse’ photo of Barack Obama.

It shows the president walking in front of Obama with the caption: ‘The best eclipse ever!’

People couldn’t quite believe what they were seeing.

One of the first to reply to Trump’s retweet was Ed Krassenstein. He said: ‘This is actually correct. The darkness of Trump has overtaken the brightness of Obama. The Sun is what gives us life and energy!’

Many couldn’t believe what they were seeing — us included (Picture: Twitter)

This is actually correct. The Darkness of Trump has overtaken the brightness of Obama. The Sun is what gives us life and energy! — Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) August 24, 2017

pic.twitter.com/z7iZHcd5xq — On Many Sides (@Dyann057) August 24, 2017

You really retweeted this? Just. Wow. — Tripper Allen (@tripperpalooza) August 24, 2017
It’s not the first time Trump’s accidentally retweeted something. Last week he agreed he was a fascist by posting a reply from an anti-Trump supporter that read: ‘He’s a fascist, so not unusual.’

The president was trying to was trying to promote a Fox & Friends story about how he’s ‘seriously considering’ a pardon for ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Mike Holden was basking in the glory before Trump deleted the tweet around 20 minutes later.

He’s a fascist, so not unusual. — Mike Holden (@MikeHolden42) August 15, 2017

I’m announcing my retirement from Twitter. I’ll never top this RT. pic.twitter.com/HuGHkiPoyR — Mike Holden (@MikeHolden42) August 15, 2017

The man behind handle @MikeHolden42 added: ‘I’m announcing my retirement from Twitter. I’ll never top this RT.’

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It’s true, he probably won’t.

Trump glossed over the fact he’d tweeted about someone calling him a fascist by retweeting a cartoon showing CNN trying to stop a Trump train. But he’s since removed this from his feed as well.

 

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