So yesterday the best President ever posted that heartfelt message on Twitter. 

It did not mention Trump by name, but come on we knew who Obama was talking about. 

That seemed to irritate the toddler-in-chief who took to Twitter this morning with this weak ass rebuttal. 

He still does not realize that saying you are the least racist person is in and of itself a racist statement. 

It implies that every other person is a bigger racist than you. 

Part of what might be upsetting Trump was the response to Obama’s words on his favorite social media platform.

Courtesy of Newsweek:

The hashtag “#MyPresident” flooded Twitter on Monday with words of praise, not for the current U.S. leader, but for his predecessor, Barack Obama, after the 44th president issued a rare statement, calling on Americans to reject leadership that stokes hatred in the wake of the weekend’s two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.

In his message, published to Twitter on Tuesday, Obama said that both he and former first lady Michelle Obama were grieving with the families in El Paso and Dayton after the hours-apart mass shootings that collectively saw 31 people killed.

Perhaps instead of bitching about being criticized Trump should use Obama’s words as a guide and try to be a better, less hateful leader?

Yeah, that’s never going to happen.