Trump Mocked The Weight Of A Campaign Rally Protester And The Irony Was Too Much For People To Bear

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Following a busy day of harassing members of his own United States Congress and reportedly wanting to purchase Greenland, President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire. Unfortunately for him, Trump did not exactly receive quite the reception as he had maybe hoped for, as protesters were in place to attempt chaos at the start of the rally when the president immediately began attacking his Democratic opposition.

According to The Hill, several protesters were escorted out of the arena shortly after the crowd began booing and chanting “U.S.A. U.S.A.!” Clearly nonplussed, Trump did as he’s wont to do and attacked the physical appearance of one of the ejected protesters — who happened to be a person of supposed relative girth.

“That guy’s got a serious weight problem. Go home, start exercising,” Trump said, before adding: “Get him out of here please. Got a bigger problem than I do. Got a bigger problem than all of us. Now he goes home and his mom says, ‘What the hell have you just done?'”

At the very least, President Hamberder seemed to acknowledge that he does, in fact, have a weight problem. On the other hand, the pot calling the kettle “fat” is just the chef’s kiss of Trump’s hypocrisy, and those on Twitter naturally couldn’t help calling him out.

While others couldn’t help but notice that on television, the crowd seemed … shall we say … sparse?

And given that Trump loves floating conspiracy theories about alleged “hired protesters,” some people are wondering if maybe he knows a bit too much about the subject?

Either way, if Trump fancies himself an authority to comment on the weight of others, maybe it would be wise for him to dial back on the McDonald’s and KFC.