15 times Donald Trumps own tweets came back to bite him on the ass

When longtime North Korea fan and former professional basketball player, Dennis Rodman, went to Singapore for the US-North Korea summit, someone noticed that, as usual, there was a past tweet by President Donald Trump that perfectly fitted the news.

A "there's always a tweet" moment for the history books

— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) June 12, 2018

Here are 15 others that show how Trumps inability to delete his Twitter history is the gift that keeps on giving.

1. When gas prices reached a 3-year high

Theres always a tweet.

— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) May 26, 2018

2. After launching an air strike on Syria

So were bombing Syria right now. And theres always a tweet. God, how is this real life?

— Dorothy Snarker (@dorothysnarker) April 14, 2018

3. When he pardoned yet another of his political allies

You know how when Trump does crazy stuff and people post an old Trump tweet that contradicts it and they say "There's always a tweet"? This is one of 'em.

— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) March 31, 2018

4. When first-quarter economic growth was at 1.9%

So the consensus basically is now Q1 revised down to 1.9% growth?

Its time for the next episode of . . . THERES ALWAYS A TWEET

— Jeff Dobbs (@jeffdobbs) March 15, 2018

5. When he suggested arming teachers

And in tonights instalment of the ever-popular Theres Always A Tweet…

— Nicholas Pegg (@NicholasPegg) February 21, 2018

6. When it emerged that he doesnt read his briefings, in spite of the intelligence service making a simplified version for him

How is it possible that there's always a tweet? (Obama did, in fact, read his intelligence briefings, unlike the guy who published this missive in 2014.)

— Steve Benen (@stevebenen) February 9, 2018

7. After repeatedly praising Fox News for being the only trustworthy reporters

There's always a tweet to be found of Trump contradicting himself and/or bashing his supposed "allies". Here's one from a while ago expressing what he thinks of what is now essentially his "State TV".

— Claude VanCity (@vancitydwell) January 8, 2018

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