The Heartless 9/11 Tweet From Donald Trump He Wishes The Internet Wouldn’t Remember

It’s not that we should ever expect Donald Trump to show an ounce of class at any given point in time, but one might assume a person who spends most of his time in New York City would think twice before tweeting something like this.

In 2013, two years before his dreams of 2016 aspirations were close to becoming a possibility, that Trump decided he would take to Twitter to do what most do on the tragic day of 9/11 — write remembrances and condolences. However, he did what he does best — say something completely off-color and definitely a bit heartless.

He tweeted:

“I would like to extend my best wishes to all, even the haters and losers, on this special date, September 11th.”

via Twitter

Oh, and he meant it, because in true Trump form, he retweeted himself…

Of course he did.

And if you weren’t sure who the “haters and losers” are, Trump was nice enough to clarify that for us a year later:

via Twitter

via Twitter

Real presidential material there.

Nothing like an insult-filled tweet to those that don’t like him to commemorate one of the most tragic events in American history.

The original tweet was deleted just recently. Someone on his campaign staff probably thought that would be a good idea. However if they were to delete every horrible thing Trump tweets out — well, let’s just say they might as well just delete the entire account. He doesn’t have anything nice to say ever… that is, of course, unless it’s about himself.

Most certainly his adoring lemming supporters who are too simple-minded to realize he has absolutely no position on any issues other than being anti-immigration, will still love him, and likely agree with his 9/11 sentiments. That seems to be the class and caliber of the people he’s gotten to believe his narcissistic rants and promises of deporting all Mexicans.

Thankfully, the internet never forgets, and even if you delete a tweet, it can still be captured forever.

Featured image: Gage Skidmore (flickr)