This week was another embarrassing one for our infantile behaving president. SNL had a lot of fun with it. It is, however, unfortunate because the president does seem unstable. Michael Che's comment was more real than just an SNL skit.
SNL's Weekend Update took on Donald Trump directly as Michael Che told Trump something we wish we all could communicate to him.
SNL's Michael Che uses Weekend Update to scold Donald Trump
SNL's Michael Che tells Trump what we all want to tell him (VIDEO) pic.twitter.com/OGmSQx7Efw
— Egberto Willies (@EgbertoWillies) November 5, 2017
"President Trump lashed out on Twitter about the indictments from the Russia probe," said Michael Che. "And the unfair news coverage probably. And I'm sure he brought up crooked Hillary again. Look, I gotta be honest, I can't read anymore this guy's tweets. I'm tired of watching the President of the United States have an emotional breakdown on social media like he's Tyrese. If you want a live tweet Morning Joe or Cupcake Wars or whatever else you watch, fine, but indictments are important. And you work for us. So go put on your baggy suit, fold your hair nice, and answer all of our questions face to face like the public servant that you are. I mean, what are you doing on Twitter. We shouldn't have to wonder if our president is communicating with us from his toilet."
The President's Twitter usage is not only irresponsible. It is dangerous. It is a clear and present danger to the stability of the world. At some point in this administration, Trump's account will likely get hacked. This will open the door for world affairs destabilization by tweet. It is imperative that the president tell the world that his tweets are not policy nor do they imply some specific policy in the future. Imagine, if a hacker tweets a warmongering comment using Trump's account. It could send the world's other unstable leader into a panic. That could lead to all-out war.
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