Hillary Clinton slammed President Donald Trump on Twitter Friday for the president’s latest tweetstorm, saying that the tweets were “not helping the people of Hawaii” and that it “wasn’t a good week for Hawaii.”
The tweets were posted by Trump, who called the president a “loser” in Hawaii.
They’re not helping the People of Hawaii, he said.
It was a bad week for the people!
Hawaii was not a winner and they were not happy with the result.
Hawaii lost by a landslide!
Trump did a great job as president, but it was not winning and he didn’t get a win!
Hawaii lost badly.
Hawaii lost badly, Clinton tweeted, and that was his fault.
The people of the state are hurting, and Trump and his team are hurting too.
The tweets came after Trump blasted Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., for his recent tweetstorm criticizing President Trump, saying it was “sad” that he had to do that.
Trump said he was just doing his job and that he was disappointed in Franken.
Trump also lashed out at his critics, calling them “stupid” and “dumb,” and adding that he would have never used a hashtag like #pizzagate.
“I just used that one hashtag, and I didn’t have to do it,” Trump said in an interview with NBC News on Friday.
“And I never should have done it.
I never would have done that.”
Trump also slammed a group of Hawaii state senators who voted in favor of the president on Friday, saying, “They’re dumb and they’re stupid.”
“They are going to be embarrassed by the votes that they made,” Trump added.
But the president also blasted Sen, Tammy Duckworth, D, for voting against the president in the Senate on Friday and for voting in favor on a resolution calling for a boycott of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser newspaper.
Duckworth said she was against boycotting the paper, but she did not immediately return a message left by The Associated Press.