Rep. Demings calls Trump’s nuclear “button” tweet “dangerous and Reckless”
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Rep. Demings calls Trump’s nuclear “button” tweet “dangerous and Reckless”

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President Trump’s recent in-your-face and colorful tweet against N. Korean Leader Kim Jung Un for his remark that his country’s was “on his desk at all times,” brought tears of laughter to the eyes of many Americans.

Trump mocked Jung Un by tweeted that ‘his button’ was “much bigger & more powerful,” adding that the U.S. nuclear weapons button actually works.

This was a not-so-subtle slam at the younger Jung Un’s masculinity.

While man laughed, some didn’t. Freshman Congresswoman Val Demings (D) took issue with the president’s tweet, calling the response as being “dangerous and reckless,” and adding that the president’s “vanity” should not be come into play when it comes to nuclear weapons.

Demings wasn’t the only one to take issue with Trump’s tweet, as the entire left-leaning social media world appears to have been shaken to its core.

 

Here is Trump’s tweet followed by Rep. Demming’s response.

Interestingly enough, neither world leader has gone after one another’s hairstyle. You would think that this low-lying personal attack fruit would have already been picked by one of the two, but it hasn’t.

Trump’s famous hairdo speaks for itself, as does Kim Jung Un’s.

 

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