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BREAKING: Trump Again Cries ‘Sarcasm’ After Being Ruthlessly Mocked for ‘Noble’ Gaffe

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shutterstock (10358495q) Donald J. Trump gestures towards himself while taking questions from reporters as he prepares to depart the South Lawn of the White House in Washington DC to spend a week at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in Bedminster, New Jersey US President Donald Trump departs for Bedminster, Washington DC, USA - 09 Aug 2019

Ole’ Donnie stepped in it again.

Just days after he claimed he was being “sarcastic” when he asked Dr. Deborah Birx if one could inject disinfectant to cure coronavirus, our feckless leader has given us another gem.

In a meandering Twitter rant, the president wrote that journalists should give up their “Noble Prizes” [sic] associated with their “fake” Russia reporting.

Twitter sprung into action, mocking the president for misspelling “Nobel” and for confusing the prestigious award with a Pulitzer.

After the Internet seemingly made him cry (sources needed), Trump tweeted that he meant to say “Noble” the entire time, adding, “Does sarcasm ever work?” LOL! Don’t you get it?!

Neither do we.

Trump has since deleted the tweets in shame – as one does after he makes such a great sarcastic quip.

But the Internet doesn’t forget, and neither do we.

Today, we also learned that Trump will stop holding daily coronavirus press briefings for the near future, as a result of his embarrassing performance earlier this week.

Yet, the president quickly proved that even if he’s not behind the podium, he can still manage to make a fool of himself on the world stage.

Totally unrelated and for no reason whatsoever, please allow us to post this photo of President Barack Obama with his Nobel Peace Prize.

Did Barack Obama Deserve the Nobel Prize? | JSTOR Daily

With all of Donnie’s Sunday “executive time,” we’re sure Melania is having one fantastic birthday celebration!

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