The last tweet (a satire)

In the  year of some people’s Lord, 2017, Donald J. Trump, master-Twitterer, became the 45th President of the United States of America.

In the intervals between assassination attempts and the on-going Impeachment process, he managed to keep the world informed of every development by his most trusted form of communication, the tweet.

In recalling the months of his Presidency it is perhaps apt that a link can be made to all developments by the tweets issued.

So, for the sake of history and in an attempt to give shape to a shapeless time, what follows is a chronological list of the main “Executive Tweets” as the White House Press department came to call them.

January 23rd 2017:

China is getting too big for its boots!

February 3rd 2017

Mexico and China must be tamed!

March 2nd 2017

What is Brexit anyway?

April 14th 2017

What’s wrong with renaming the White House Trump Place?

April 15th 2017

Renaming Air Force 1, Air Trump 1

May 4th 2017

1st News Conference today…exhausting folks!

June 2nd 2017

I have survived folks!! Yet again!

July 3rd 2017

Off for a well-deserved vacation, be back in November

November 8th 2017

China is definitely getting too big for its boots

November 9th 2017

Step down yellow folks or the red-button awaits!

November 10th

Who says I don’t listen? Rest easy folks. Off on vacation

December 3rd

I will be taking a much deserved long vacation. Donald J. Trump, over and out.

About malbell

I am a retired Teaching and Learning Consultant. Previously I was a Primary school headteacher and deputy headteacher. I enjoy reading, doing MOOCs and learning new things.
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