Trump spends Saturday night on Twitter boasting about supporting his 2020 presidential campaign

Trump spent Saturday night on Twitter, boasting of supporting his candidacy for reelection in 2020

President Donald Trump boasted of his support for his candidacy for reelection in 2020, on a free-flowing Twitter night that included jokes with his reinforcements.

Trump was tweeting from the White House from 5pm until almost 10pm, after a previous departure to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia was interrupted by rain on Saturday afternoon.

"The Democrats have tried all the tricks in the playbook, call me everything under the sun, but if I'm all those terrible things, how come I beat them so terribly, 306-223?" Trump wrote, referring to the results of the College. Electoral 2016, which in fact were 306 to 232, excluding the desertions of voters without faith.

& # 39; Maybe they just are not very good! The fact is that they become CRAZY just because they know they can not beat me in 2020! Trump continued.

Trump spent Saturday night on Twitter, boasting of supporting his candidacy for reelection in 2020

Trump spent Saturday night on Twitter, boasting of supporting his candidacy for reelection in 2020

Trump then retweeted one of the responses to his tweet, from JT Lewis, a self-styled conservative and the brother of a boy killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012.

& # 39; President Trump will win in 2020 in a GREATER landslide than 2016! You are the best president of all time, sir! wrote Lewis.

Earlier, the President began by citing with approval a New York Times news report, which has often been described as "failed" in the past.

– Sir. Trump remains the most popular figure in the Republican Party, whose loyalty has helped keep candidates in competitive Republican primary elections and remains a hot commodity among candidates for general elections, "said the quoted section of the reporter's report. Times Nicholas Fandos.

Fandos responded to Trump's endorsement by commenting on Twitter that "it's worth reading the whole story", which is titled "G.O.P." congressional. The agenda falls silently in place even when Trump steals the focus.

Shortly after 8 pm, Trump resumed tweets to congratulate Diamond and Silk, the names of conservative social network personalities Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson.

"Our social networks (and beyond) Stars, @DiamondandSilk, are great people who are doing really well, we are all very proud of them and their great success!" Trump wrote.

It is unclear what prompted the accolades, although the duo often appears on Fox News's Watters World at 8 o'clock on Saturday, a segment that aired shortly after Trump tweeted.

Later in the evening, around 9:51 p.m., Trump retweeted an August Diamond and Silk tweet, praising him for doing more for blacks than any other president in our lives.

Trump went on to predict Republican success in the November midterms.

"The Republicans are doing very well with the Midterms of the Senate, the races we were not even thinking about winning are now very close, or even leading, the election night will be very interesting!" He wrote.

Trump does not have public events scheduled for Sunday.