It also inspired the hashtag #ATweetForEverything.
Trump’s indictment on Thursday over his handling of classified documents gave Twitter users yet another reason to reminisce about the former president’s habit of saying one thing and doing another.
On Friday morning, Mother Jones Washington bureau chief and MSNBC analyst David Corn resurrected a quote from Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign when he argued that the cavalier way his opponent Hillary Clinton handled sensitive information on a personal email server “disqualifies her from the presidency.”
In July 2016, then-FBI director James Comey concluded that, while there was evidence that Clinton had potentially violated “the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”
Today is a good day to remember Donald Trump said this. pic.twitter.com/Kqx321cOkB
— David Corn (@DavidCornDC) June 9, 2023
Of course, Twitter users were amused, but not surprised, at Trump’s quote about classified information.
It will never stop being amazing. And hilarious. 😂🙌🍾
— Nicole L. Augenti, Esq. (@Nicole1515) June 9, 2023
There is so much tape of Donald Trump sticking his fake 10 carat gold plated foot in his mouth. https://t.co/Pt079xmO3k
— Texas Paul Schroder (@Paultx890) June 9, 2023
— Sandra Tabbytosavit 🆘 🥁 (@STabbytosavit) June 9, 2023
There's always a #TraitorTrump post where he tells America EXACTLY how he should be handled in a situation he's created.
Of course, Drumpf plays the victim instead so he can whine to his minions while asking for more money. Some billionaire, eh?#Indicted pathological liar https://t.co/AKbMHH6ytY
— Bob Botelho (@BobVipers) June 9, 2023
Drumpf really should talk to his former self that called for the rule of law and 'lock her up.' https://t.co/KbPW9gboiv
— M J (@texson6886) June 9, 2023
I guess this means he'll be dropping out of the race now, right? https://t.co/KYxKovHVdk
— Hil.i.am (@hilaryluros) June 9, 2023
Trump’s quote condemning the mishandling of classified info wasn’t the only bit of irony that resurfaced after his indictment.
Jeff Yarbro, a Tennessee state senator who is running for mayor of Nashville, pointed out last year that the DOJ only started treating the removal of classified documents as a felony after Trump made it law in 2018.
Q: So when did the DOJ start treating removal of classified documents like a felony anyway?
A: When President Trump signed a 2018 law making it a felony. pic.twitter.com/KA6RKYlQ8L
— Jeff Yarbro (@yarbro) August 9, 2022