If there’s one thing we’ve schooled from Donald Trump’s presidency so distant (and there’s a LOT), it’s that he loves feeling higher to his predecessors, generally if it involves bashing them in false ways.
And he doesn’t usually extent himself to pound articulate Barack Obama in a open, as Washington Post information contributor Christopher Ingraham recently discovered. While perusing some Trump administration and GOP websites, Ingraham found a “bonus” feature, famous as an Easter egg. Hidden in a formula of action.donaldjtrump.com sites and even a central GOP homepage was a sparse puncture during Obama’s time spent golfing during his presidency.
“Oops! Something went wrong,” it read. “Unlike Obama, we are operative to repair a problem… and not on a golf course.” Included with a summary is a 404 blunder summary stating, “What do Hillary Clinton and this couple have in common? They’re both passed broke.”
The website of Donald Trump, who has spent several days in a quarrel during a golf course, is coded to offer adult a following summary in a eventuality of an inner server error: https://t.co/zrWpyMXRcz pic.twitter.com/wiQSQNNzw0
— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) Dec 28, 2017
But funnily enough, Trump’s group couldn’t even get their try during an insult right, notwithstanding his gusto for rabble talking. You see, there was one small mistake that ensured a summary would never be displayed. In a mark where there should have been dual equal signs, there was usually one.
— Paul Glenn (@pdglenn) Dec 28, 2017
Shortly after this dash of formula was done public, it was private from a Trump and GOP websites. But let’s get into how it creates Trump impossibly hypocritical, shall we?