Trump Is Still Tweeting About Protesting NFL Players And People Are Destroying Him For Not Addressing The Slave Auctions In Libya

"You seem overly concerned with athletes when people are being sold and killed."

President Trump woke up this morning with protesting NFL players on his mind ... yet again, tweeting and blasting them and the league over their continued kneeling during the national anthem.

People have dragged the celebrity-in-chief for hijacking what Colin Kaepernick originally meant to be a protest against racism and the police brutality of unarmed Black men, and trying to turn it into NFL players disrespecting the flag, military and country.

But this morning, when Trump tweeted about the NFL players kneeling, he got destroyed for continuously using his Twitter fingers to bash athletes instead of addressing the CNN report about refugees and migrants in Libya being sold by smugglers at auctions in a form of modern-day slavery.

Here's yet another Trump tweet about NFL players, followed by all the heated backlash he received for not addressing the atrocity in Libya.

  • President Trump couldn't control his twitter fingers this morning, once again bringing up protesting NFL players

    But this time he got checked with people furious that he wasn't addressing the reported slave auctions in Libya, instead.

  • People were astonished over how Trump seemingly manages to outdo his own ignorance

    Shaking our heads.

  • It's like we're in the Twilight zone or something ...

    A big problem.

  • And people flat out asked him about his plan for Libya?

    Well, Donald ... ?

  • Others simply demanded that he speak up about Libya

    The time is ticking ...

  • And then there's this ...

    Trump's constant assault on the media is reportedly being emulated here. Lord help us.

  • Making matters worse, Trump followed his tweet about NFL players by gloating about becoming president and patting himself on the back about the job he's doing


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