President Donald Trump hit another achievement on Monday. The Washington Post announced that he had authoritatively made 10,000 false or deceiving claims since getting to work in January 2017.
And several his most steady Twitter commentators have united to ridicule him about it.
“Star Wars” symbol Imprint Hamill shared a tweet from traditionalist lawyer George Conway ― spouse of White House advocate Kellyanne Conway ― insulting Trump for the “stunning accomplishment”:
Hamill included his very own touch by rewriting a mythic line frequently credited to President George Washington:
It took Trump 601 days to hit 5,000 falsehoods, however from that point forward “the tidal wave of misrepresentations just continues increasingly posing a threat and larger,” The Washington Post announced. Accordingly, the president required only 226 more days to top 10,000, doing as such on April 26.
That’s a normal of almost 23 false cases multi day in the course of the last seven months.
See the full bookkeeping here.