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Twitter BLASTS Trump After He Lies About His ‘Charity’ In Latest Misspelled Tantrum (TWEETS)

If it seems like Donald Trump is crazier than normal lately, you must be reading his Twitter timeline. From taking credit for Christmas to claiming that he would have won against President Obama in a fictional race, you really don’t know what this guy is going to do or say next. Fortunately, the people of the Internet are doing a spectacular job at keeping him in check by absolutely humiliating him every time he melts down on the Twitter Machine (we imagine this is what he calls his cell phone).

On Monday, Trump lashed out at the world over his decision to shutter the Donald J. Trump Foundation because of massive, massive conflicts of interest by pretending that months and months of coverage of the numerous ways he has dipped his tiny little hands into the faux charity’s coffers and used it at his personal piggy bank simply didn’t happen.

“I gave millions of dollars to DJT Foundation, raised or recieved millions more, ALL of which is given to charity, and media won’t report” he wrote angrily, his rage somehow blinding him to the little red squiggly line under “recieved.” He added that “The DJT Foundation, unlike most foundations, never paid fees, rent, salaries or any expenses. 100% of money goes to wonderful charities!”

Somehow, Trump’s memory is as shoddy as his spelling. In 2007, he purchased a 6-foot tall painting of himself with $20,000 of his “charity’s” money and displayed it prominently in one of his businesses — a violation of IRS laws against “self-dealing” and likely a major factor in why his Foundation is currently under investigation in New York. He also somehow neglected to remember that time he used $258,000 of his Foundation’s money to settle a lawsuit against his scam “University” or the time he used Foundation money to buy advertising for his hotels, that time he used another $10,000 of charity money to purchase a painting of himself, or any of the other ways The Donald has misused donated money.

Fortunately, the Internet is here to help him remember these inconvenient little details (and, of course, mock his spelling):

During the time running up to the election, the Washington Post discovered that Trump’s claim of donating “10 million” to charity is a lie. In fact, over the course of 10 years, he gave more like $10,000.

At this point, we have to wonder if our next President will ever be honest with us. It seems like he is only capable of lying.

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