Chelsea Clinton Calls Trump a Liar and Instantly Regrets It!

This got ugly, quick! On Twitter, Chelsea Clinton calls Trump a liar and then she instantly regrets it.

Every time we post a story that Chelsea Clinton created the dumbest tweet of all-time, it’s like she takes it as a challenge. See, she views it as a challenge to top that one and create an even dumber tweet. And she never lets us down.

It’s crazy that she is even using Twitter at this point. It’s definitely not best for business, but hey, don’t tell her! It’s too much fun to watch her self destruct. She decided to call President Trump in her most recent disaster. What could go wrong with that? It’s not like her entire family is full of liars or anything, right?

Chelsea Clinton Calls Trump a Liar

Let’s go over some of the epic lies from the Clinton family. Just a quick recap of a few of the biggest bombs. We don’t have enough time to cover all of them.

Her dad said something along the lines of, “I did not have sex with that woman.”

Her mother claimed to go into Bosnian sniper fire.

The Haitian relief fund.

The Benghazi attack was a result of a YouTube video.

“What difference does it make?”

The entire episode of the Clinton server wiped with “Bleachbit.”

Twitter users wasted no time in exposing her of every single one of these things. Take a look.

Here Comes the Boom

It’s seems that at some point Chelsea Clinton would realize that Twitter is such an unforgiving place. Especially when your family has lied and lied time and time again. Will Chelsea get her own cover on the Daily News that says “Liar, Liar” like her mom and dad did?

The Clinton family is a pack of liars, talk about pot calling the kettle black.

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