Trump Tweets Question About Hillary Clinton, And Everyone Has The Same Answer

by Alexandra Svokos
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President Donald Trump used his Twitter account to ask a question about Hillary Clinton on the afternoon of Thursday, June 15.

Specifically, he wanted to know why he is being inspected for his "non-dealings" with Russia but Clinton's family is not.

There's a lot going on here -- and I'm not just talking about the typos and grammatical failings.

Presumably, the president is asking why his campaign is being investigated for possible collusion with Russia in their interference on the 2016 presidential election, but Clinton is not being investigated.

Except that Trump's tweet, technically speaking, refers to his own "non-dealings" rather than possible actions of his campaign and administration.

In any case, word came out yesterday that Trump himself actually is reportedly being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller, but not for "dealings" with Russia. Instead, it's for possibly obstructing justice in the investigation into potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

ANYWAYS, back to the tweet.

Trump asked why he, and not Clinton, is being "looked at" over "dealings" with Russia.

And pretty much everyone on Twitter had the exact same answer to that question:

Some wondered if Trump is aware that the election is actually over now.

But pretty much everyone just wanted to make sure that Trump understood the fact that he is the President of the United States and Clinton is not.

This was the second time on Thursday that Trump took to Twitter to complain about investigations.

Earlier in the day, he said that an investigation into a possible obstruction of justice is a "phony story" "they" are making up after finding "zero proof" of "phony collusion" with Russia.


Trump added that this is "the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history."

He failed to specify if the ongoing investigations are truly greater WITCH HUNTS than the Salem witch trials, which were real hunts for actual witches in American history.

Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton previously took offense to Trump's use of the term.

Moulton noted on Thursday that he still confirms Trump's usage of the term to be false.