President Trump Breaks Out A Vicious Nickname For Adam Schiff

Sunday morning the Donald fired off another epic tweetstorm. This time President Trump breaks out a vicious nickname for Adam Schiff.

The focal point of the tweets was Trump’s “vindication” of the Russian collusion investigation as well as his rising GOP poll numbers and CNN’s ratings going into the tank. Trump saved his best heat for a nickname for Adam Schiff.

President Trump Breaks Out A Vicious Nickname For Adam Schiff
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Schiff is the ranking Democratic on the House Intelligence Committee. He has went after the Trump administration a whole lot, to say the least. He repeatedly claims that the Trump campaign colluding with Russia is what swayed the 2016 election. During this investigation there have been many information leaks that are only leaked for the sole purpose of making Trump look bad.

In his scorching hot tweet, Trump said:

Finally, Liddle’ Adam Schiff, the leakin’ monster of no control, is now blaming the Obama Administration for Russian meddling in the 2016 Election. He is finally right about something. Obama was President, knew of the threat, and did nothing. Thank you Adam!

Recently in an interview with The Hill, Schiff said this:

We should have called them out much earlier. While I respect the motive in terms of the Obama administration, they didn’t want to be seen as meddling, the American people had a right to know what was going on and could be trusted to do the right thing with it. And they should have defended being more public and aggressive at the time, at least in my view.

Check out some of the responses from Twitter:

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