February 12, 2013 02:48 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
It’s pretty obvious at this point that Donald Trump isn’t a huge fan of President Obama. Following an unsuccessful birther effort and a huge Twitter meltdown after the president was re-elected, the Celebrity Apprentice still maintains his negative stance on Barack Obama’s presidency. Suffice to say, Trump’s not expecting much from tonight’s State of the Union address.
The State of the Union is almost here and the political pundits are busy predicting what President Obama will have to say in his upcoming speech. Donald Trump recently joined in on the speculation by quipping about the State of the Union via Twitter. Obviously, Trump has set the bar incredibly low: “Preview of Obama’s SOTU: More taxes, bigger government, shrink the private sector, end the Republicans & bankrupt the country. Enjoy!”
Knowing Donald Trump’s love of Twitter, we can expect plenty of commentary on the State of the Union after it has taken place. For now, he’s focusing on his disdain for Karl Rove, the American Crossroads leader that Trump has tweeted about nonstop for the past few days. The latest addition to Trump’s Karl Rove Twitter rant involved a response to allegations that the Tea Party was responsible for Barack Obama’s re-election. “@KarlRove is far more to blame for Obama’s victory than the Tea Party.”
And in case anyone takes issue with Donald Trump’s stance on Barack Obama or Karl Rove, the Celebrity Apprentice has a suggestion — stay away from his Twitter page! After receiving some very negative Twitter mentions in response to his State of the Union preview and Karl Rove rant, Trump tweeted, “It’s okay but why do the haters (& losers) want to follow me on twitter?? Get a life!”
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