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Trump Trolls Bernie On Twitter, Needs To Look In Mirror

Get your own house in order, Donald!
Trump Trolls Bernie On Twitter, Needs To Look In Mirror

The Republican presidential nominee just took to his favorite campaign device, twitter to troll Bernie after both Democratic primary candidates were getting ready to appear together in a new Hampshire rally.

Trump has tried to be cute with Sanders supporters all through his campaign and after HRC won the nomination he constantly trolled them with words of encouragement for Bernie, even though his nickname for the Vermont Senator is "Crazy Bernie."

So before the two heavyweight Democrats appeared together, Trump attacked Bernie for trying to unify the Democratic party. Something he hasn't been able to do with the GOP.

He followed that up with:

There are always bruised feeling between candidate supporters and the candidates themselves after this arduous endeavor, but the greater good always kicks in after the process has been completed.

And remember what happened to Jimmy Carter after Ted Kennedy refused to concede to the sitting president after he took it to the convention?

America got Ronald Reagan.

Donald Trump should turn to himself and his party since many GOPers are refusing to even go to the RNC Convention in Cleveland. And his toughest rival, Ted Cruz still hasn't publicly endorsed Trump, with only a few days remaining before the Cleveland convention.

And a few weeks ago he made it clear that if you weren't vocally supporting him, you weren't speaking at the RNC convention.

Only a few weeks ahead of the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump is preparing for what’s likely to be a charged event, as some Republicans look to upend the gathering. How? The Republican National Committee and the Trump campaign are threatening to keep those who are not in favor of the party’s nominee from taking speaking slots at the gathering, according to The New York Times.


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The Atlantic has a list of all those in the GOP who haven't endorsed the Donald.

And I doubt he's heard this old idiom before since it doesn't revolve around his ego, but it goes like this: to solve your own problems You should put your own house in order before you start giving me advice.

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