Twitter Can’t Believe Melania Trump’s Tweet About ‘The Truth’

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Melania Trump tweeted about ‘the truth’ coming out on September 10th and people on Twitter felt the tweet was a little ironic, to say the least. After all, the truth did come out and it wasn’t pretty. 

The Tweet That Started It All

Stephanie Grisham, Chief of Staff and Spokesperson for Melania Trump, tweeted out about people saying lies to get some money and time on television. 

Although Grisham did not mention specifics, many people speculate that it could be about the recent books that have come out discussing President Trump and the White House. President Trump has been caught lying a numerous amount of times. A fact that people on Twitter were quick to remind Grisham.  (You know…in case she forgot) 

One user comments there’s evidence. 

Another found her tweet rather agreeable. 


This commenter found a different way to phrase Grisham’s tweet. 

A Response From The First Lady 

Meanwhile, Melania Trump responded that the truth will come out.

And Twitter certainly had something to say about that response. 


This user questioned if Melania is the one that doesn’t know the truth.

Another giving FLOTUS a way she thinks will help the truth prevail. 

A 15-year-old replied his support for the First Lady. 

Which quickly offended many people. This user found it particularly offensive. 

Co-Host of The View, Joy Behar, chimed in finding the Tweet to be rather funny. 

The Pot Or The Kettle?

Yes, President Trump has been caught lying several times. There’s no secret there. Has he denied the lies well after evidence has proven otherwise? Also, yes. But his most recent lie cost us lives…THOUSANDS of lives. 

So let’s talk about it.  Shall we? 

Famed journalist, Bob Woodward, has released tape recordings of the President talking about the coronavirus. These recordings and information came out along with his new book titled, “Rage.” 

Which pretty much sums up the feelings of so many Americans when they heard just what was said on the recordings. President Trump caught in another lie. Although people already knew about this lie, the suspicions have now been confirmed. 

President Trump insisted that the virus would disappear. At least, that was what he told the public. But in an interview on March 19th, President Trump told Woodward, “To be honest with you, I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down because I don’t want to create a panic.” 

Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show, tweeting his reaction. 

U.S. Senator, Ed Markley, also tweeted out his frustration. 

Keith Boykin, a CNN commentator, shared a video from The Lincoln Project about the news findings. 

In his book, Bob Woodward states, “Trump never did seem willing to fully mobilize the federal government and continually to push problems off on the states. There was no real management theory of the case or how to organize a massive enterprise to deal with one of the most complex energies the United States had ever faced.” 

 This user responding to Melania Trump’s tweet using #trumpliedpeopledied. 


This hashtag started trending on Twitter shortly after the recordings were released. 

One user tweeted his confusion about the fear of panic President Trump claimed to have. 

A reference to Jaws was made by this Twitter user. 

Meanwhile, President Trump tweeted out accusing the Democrats and ‘Fake News Media’ working together to spread lies. 

Pledge of Allegiance Controversy

Remember when you were in school and had to say the pledge of allegiance every morning? I’ve said it so much I can probably say it backwards without hesitation. 

Now I think it’s safe to say that the President of our country should know the Pledge of Allegiance of all people.

Well, apparently we had a little bit of trouble remembering it at the 9/11 commemoration in Shanksville, PA. 

People were quick to notice that Trump didn’t seem to know the words. Melania Trump was criticized as well for not saying anything at all.

These comments questioned if ‘recites’ was a good way to phrase that.

A supporter came to his defense by explaining her husband doesn’t recite it. 

One commenter jokingly referenced Michelle Obama. 

At the end of the day, the irony in Melania Trump’s response was abundantly clear. Twitter certainly did not let Melania get away with tweeting that response without reminding her of the recent facts that have been made public. Many lies have been proven to be told

But it doesn’t stop there.

“The Truth Hurts, Joe”

Ronna McDaniel, Chair of the Republican National Committee, also decided to tweet about the truth.

In the tweet, McDaniel referred to the accusations that Joe Biden responded poorly to COVID-19. Twitter was again quick to fire back at her response.

This person reminding McDaniel that the President was caught lying about the threat of the virus.

While others mentioned Joe Biden isn’t the President.

But this user agreed with Ronna McDaniel.

‘The truth’ seems to be a popular topic of conversation for both parties but there are some things that you cannot deny. And things Twitter certainly will not forget. I think it’s safe to say that Twitter’s lesson of the day for the First Lady and fellow republicans, would be those with glass houses should not throw stones.

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