You just need to take a fast look at Stephen King’s Twitter feed to understand that he’s no fan of Donald Trump.
But a current tweet from the President — where he described previous White House assistant Omarosa Manigault-Newman as a “crazed, sobbing miscreant” and a “pet” — has actually outraged the scary master more than normal.
Here’s the tweet Trump published on Tuesday, in advance of Newman’s tell-all book Unhinged being launched.
When you offer a crazed, sobbing scoundrel a break, and offer her a task at the White House, I think it simply didn’ t exercise. Great by General Kelly for rapidly shooting that pet dog!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2018
A day later on, that tweet is still up. And in spite of the range of actions criticising Trump’s usage of the word “canine” — that included tweets from republican senators — the president’s initial tweet has actually still been favourited over 81,000 times.
On Wednesday, Stephen King required to Twitter to publish his own reaction:
The President of the United States called a lady a DOG. Let me duplicate that: he called her a DOG. Have we gotten so numb to Trump’s awful, demeaning talk that this indicates absolutely nothing? You might like her, you might not, however to call her a DOG?
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) August 15, 2018
King’s tweet has actually gotten around 9,000 retweets in the very first couple of hours considering that it was published.
Many individuals echoed his beliefs in their replies.
That ’ s what I stated. Individuals are out here purchasing groceries like it ’ s a typical day. I just can not think that America has actually accepted this. It ’ s frustrating
— Sally Carter (@GirlOnFireSally) August 15, 2018
Others, on the other hand, recommended the action may be a sign of a total pattern to “tiredness” at Trump’s tweets.
— Mister Bumface ™ (@misterbumface) August 15, 2018
Based on the quantity of engagement King’s tweet has actually had up until now, however, it appears there are still a lot of individuals out there with some outrage left in them.