The worst news about Donald Trump is that he doesn’t know how to list them.
It’s not that he’s terrible at listing his accomplishments, it’s that he has so many that he can’t remember them all.
Trump doesn’t even know what to call these things, and when he does, he only knows what the phrase “fake news” means.
But he can do this because of the Internet.
His Twitter feed is the biggest and most prolific repository of Donald Trump-themed memes and tweets on the web.
And it’s full of these moments that he thinks are hilarious: The “Trump is racist” meme, for example, was created by a user named “Travis,” who tweeted a link to the photo of Trump with his hand raised, in a position that looks like he’s holding a gun.
It was retweeted more than 2,000 times in just three days.
“What I want to know is how many times I can make it, I’ll be honest,” Travis told Vice.
“How many times can I make it in 30 seconds, right?”
“It’s pretty funny.
And I’ve made it, too,” he added.
“I just want to say I’ve been doing it for over two years.”
“Trump hates you” is another meme, created by an unknown user, who was followed by hundreds of other users.
“Donald Trump hates you, because you’re a Muslim,” the user wrote.
“He wants to put you in a deportation camp and deport all Muslims, because they’re terrorists and they should be killed.
He’s going to do it.
“You’re an anti-Semite” is the latest meme.
“Trump, you’re anti-Semitic,” the anonymous user tweeted.
“You have been an anti semite since you were in the White House.”
The meme is so out of touch with reality that it’s been picked up by news organizations.
“We want to take the internet back,” said Jessica Drake, vice president of communications for the Anti-Defamation League.
“When you take the Internet away from people and they have to take on the responsibility for their own behavior, we don’t know what’s going on.”
Drake and others who have been monitoring the meme’s rise said it is “one of the most disgusting memes that has ever been made.”
The first time the meme was posted, Drake said, the creator “went through all the normal things a meme should go through.”
He said it was a short and simple “I’m going to make you laugh.”
Drake said the creator, who is now in the process of deleting his account, was trying to make a point: that the president has no problem with Muslims, Jews, and anyone else he deems “dishonest.”
The Trump administration has also been taking the meme to task.
“The president has zero tolerance for any kind of hate speech,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in March.
“And the President is proud to have a diverse coalition of our people that he trusts to fight against bigotry and hate.”
The president’s tweet on Friday came after a tweet from a user called “Jeb Bush,” who wrote, “President Trump is a terrible human being, and it’s time to stop using the phrase ‘racist’ to describe him.”
Trump also tweeted, “Jobs are good jobs.
The media has made it so bad that we can’t make jobs.”
“The media has created a fake news story about me,” the president tweeted.
In his tweets, Trump referred to the “fake” media as “fake!” and said that “the Fake News Media is trying to silence me.”
“I hate the Fake News media and it has become a laughingstock of a failing, discredited, and dishonest media,” Trump tweeted.
The president, who has made headlines for his tweets about his health, has been on Twitter since early August.
Trump has posted more than 500 times since August, according to his timeline, which is filled with a dizzying array of messages about his administration, from “great jobs” to “tax cuts” to the news of the day.