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President Donald Trump started his Saturday morning with a random tweet that someone quoted and said: “A very stable genius! Thank you. & # 39; The evidence suggests that he thanked himself

Trump bizarre tweets his favorite & # 39; A Very Stable Genius! & # 39; Thanks & bragging without context, leaving people surprised

  • President Donald Trump started his weekend tweeting with an unknown admirer
  • The president's tweet on Saturday quotes someone who says: & # 39; a very stable genius! & # 39;
  • Trump adds & # 39; Thank you & # 39; even though he himself said the same words earlier
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President Donald Trump seemed to be quoting someone in a tweet on Saturday morning when he wrote: & a very stable genius! Thank you. & # 39;

The evidence suggests that he thanked himself.

The president started his morning with the random quote and expressed gratitude for those who gave him such a flattery.

But it was Trump who uttered the same words in January 2018, when journalist Michael Wolff came out with his best-selling book & # 39; Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House & # 39 ;.

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President Donald Trump started his Saturday morning with a random tweet that someone quoted and said: “A very stable genius! Thank you. & # 39; The evidence suggests that he thanked himself

President Donald Trump started his Saturday morning with a random tweet that someone quoted and said: “A very stable genius! Thank you. & # 39; The evidence suggests that he thanked himself

President Trump & # 39; s January 2018 tweet above responds to questions about his mental state in a book

President Trump & # 39; s January 2018 tweet above responds to questions about his mental state in a book

President Trump & # 39; s January 2018 tweet above responds to questions about his mental state in a book

President Trump responded to a journalist's question at a NATO conference in July 2018, saying that he & # 39; a very stable genius & # 39; referring to a similar comment he made in a January tweet that year

President Trump responded to a journalist's question at a NATO conference in July 2018, saying that he & # 39; a very stable genius & # 39; referring to a similar comment he made in a January tweet that year

President Trump responded to a journalist's question at a NATO conference in July 2018 because he said he & # 39; a very stable genius & # 39; referring to a similar comment he made in a January tweet that year

The book offered so-called & # 39; fly-on-the-wall & # 39 ;, non-flattering observations of the president who questioned his mental state.

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In response, he tweeted that his two greatest assets were & # 39; mental stability and really smart & # 39 ;.

He pointed out that he is from & # 39; VERY successful businessman & # 39; to & # 39; top TV star & # 39; of the reality TV program & # 39; The Apprentice & # 39; went to & # 39; president of the United States (on my first attempt). I think that qualifies as not smart, but genius …. and a very stable genius! & # 39;

Then his words came out again in response to a question at a NATO summit press conference in July of the same year.

A Croatian journalist told the president that his & # 39; message & # 39; was understood, but asked if he would tweet & # 39; otherwise, & # 39; if he were to board Air Force One.

& # 39; No, other people do that. Not me. I am very consistent, & he replied. & # 39; I am a very stable genius. & # 39;

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Some social media users lashed out at the president after his bizarre Saturday tweet at 8.44.

& # 39; What's wrong with you? & # 39; tweet back Holly Figueroa O & # 39; Reilly, who wrote op-eds for the Washington Post and Guardian.

The tweet drew the same number of support words.

Holly Figueroa O & # 39; Reilly, who has written op-eds for the Washington Post and the Guardian, responds to President Trump's Saturday morning tweet

Holly Figueroa O & # 39; Reilly, who has written op-eds for the Washington Post and the Guardian, responds to President Trump's Saturday morning tweet

Holly Figueroa O & # 39; Reilly, who has written op-eds for the Washington Post and the Guardian, responds to President Trump's Saturday morning tweet

Trump supporter Lori Hendry further complimented the president after his Saturday morning tweet
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Trump supporter Lori Hendry further complimented the president after his Saturday morning tweet

Trump supporter Lori Hendry further complimented the president after his Saturday morning tweet

& # 39; President Trump is indeed a very stable genius. And the best president ever, & tweet Lori Hendry. & # 39; We love you, President Trump! & # 39;

Trump spends the weekend at the White House in Washington DC, and took his motorcade to Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Saturday morning.

Trump planned to have dinner on Saturday with the parents of an American student Otto Warmbier who died in 2017 shortly after being released from imprisonment in North Korea.

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A government official said that Trump would receive Warmbier's parents, who was convicted of trying to steal a propaganda poster in the capital of North Korea and spent 17 months in prison. He died at the age of 22 just a few days after he was returned to the United States in a vegetative state.

Trump & # 39; s ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, was expected to participate in the dinner. Officials say he is one of the 15 candidates that Trump is considering replacing the deposed national security adviser John Bolton.

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