Trump trolls MSNBC & # 39; s & # 39; real professionals & # 39; with fan & # 39; s video broadcasts set to Ozzy Ozbourne & # 39; s & # 39; Crazy Train & # 39; after tech glitches have plagued the first democratic debate
- Hot microphones backstage briefly turned Wednesday's democratic primary debate into a farce because MSNBC had to jump to an early commercial break
- President Trump spotted the moment on Twitter as viewers shake their heads
- His favorite video assistant visualized the moment in a mashup in which the president is responsible for turning off the lights
- He walks on stage to the sound of & # 39; Crazy Train & # 39; from Ozzy Ozbourne
- The Trump campaign did not make the video memo, but the logo appears at the end
Donald Trump spotted MSNBC on Thursday morning about technical failures that turned Wednesday night's democratic primary debate into a television circus.
He tweeted a video made by his favorite memesmith that the resulting chaos to the rhythm of Ozzy Ozbourne & # 39; s head-banging anthem & # 39; Crazy Train. & # 39;
& # 39; Thank you @MSNBC, real professionals! & # 39; the president wrote, tagging debate moderators Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow. Trump was on a G20 leader stop in Japan when he posted the video.
A visible shame for Todd and Maddow jumped at the start of the second hour of the second hour when the NBC control room left the first hour moderators with warm microphones behind the scenes.
A video mashup tweeted President Trump on Thursday shows him as responsible for production shortages that have ravaged Wednesday's first democratic primary debate
Hour-two debate moderators Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow had a red face and went early to a commercial break Wednesday night after NBC had left the first hour moderators with hot microphones behind the scenes
Wednesday's democratic debate in Miami included the first 10 out of 20 candidates sparring on immigration, the economy, arms control and other topics
The result left the live audience in Miami behind and TV viewers listened to Savannah Guthrie, José Díaz-Balart and Lester Holt while Todd tried Massachusetts Sen. Ask Elizabeth Warren a question about arms control.
Guthrie heard someone say she was looking for a folder, with a smile from Todd, Maddow and a few candidates.
& # 39; What is happening? & # 39; Maddow asked. & # 39; We have prepared ourselves for everything. We have not prepared ourselves for this. & # 39;
While flying aboard Air Force One between Alaska and Japan, Trump tweeted a joke about the exciting moment.
Trump tweeted the video meme with a jab on the MSNBC moderators on Thursday while he was in Japan on a G20 leader stop; despite the end of the Trump campaign logo, it was compiled by an independent video hobbyist
The president said he was going to the & # 39; boring & # 39; Democratic government would look, but only because & # 39; I need & # 39;
Thursday's video ends with an excerpt from & # 39; Crazy Train & # 39 ;: Ozzy Osbourne sings & # 39; Crazy, but that's how it goes; millions of people live like enemies & # 39;
& # 39; NBC News and MSNBC should be ashamed of having such a terrible technical failure in the middle of the debate & # 39 ;, he tweeted.
& # 39; Really unprofessional and only worthy of a FAKE NEWS organization, whatever they are! & # 39;
The mashup that tweeted Trump early Thursday came from the pseudonym & # 39; Carpe Donktum & # 39 ;, a stay-at-home father who gained fame last year with his humorous pro-Trump video edits.
He called his video: & # 39; What really happened during the technical problems of the democratic debate. & # 39;
The three moderators of the first half of the debate can be seen from left to right: Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Jose Diaz-Balart. Guthrie could be heard on the hot microphone looking for her folder
The TV smart Trump was happy to spot NBC News and MSNBC on Wednesday evening, and said they should be & # 39; ashamed & # 39; because of the technical defects
It turns off the lights of the debate room while Maddow asks: & # 39; What is happening? & # 39; – and the stage is bathed in glittering light again when Trump comes forward as the responsible man.
The images of the president came from his entrance on the last evening of the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Also shown in the video before the Trump campaign logo is displayed on the screen is a drawing of a lion identical to that of an informal pro-Trump group during the last presidential campaign.
& # 39; Lions of Trump & # 39; described himself as & # 39; [a] n informal civilian group dedicated to the safety and security of # Trump supporters by exposing Far-Left infiltrators and saboteurs. & # 39;
Thursday's video ends with an excerpt from & # 39; Crazy Train & # 39 ;: Ozzy Osbourne sings & # 39; Crazy, but that's how it goes; millions of people live like enemies. & # 39;
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