One day, in the distant future, the orange spray tan smeared cell phone of Donald J. Trump will sit in a museum somewhere. School children on field trips will travel from far and wide to view the electronic device through which a megalomaniacal reality television star attempted to singlehandedly dismantle the American republic one tweet at a time.
There is no way to tell for sure how much of his time the president wastes browsing Twitter, but the “likes” section on his page does offer a glimpse into his activity.
Today, Trump in either a self-loathing moment of acceptance or through simple accident, liked a tweet bashing him. Twitter user @sheba418 tweeted that Trump is not “Presidential material.”
Trump liked the Tweet:
Other users saw the like and responded:
According to @sheba418’s profile, Trump quickly blocked her after liking the Tweet:
While Trump’s constant cyber presence is decidedly disastrous for the United States, it’s not without its brief moments of levity. Most Americans agree he isn’t fit to be president, and it appears that perhaps, on some deep level, Trump himself agrees.
Rob Haffey is a writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.