If there’s one factor we have realized from Donald Trump’s presidency to this point (and there is a LOT), it is that he loves feeling superior to his predecessors, particularly if it includes bashing them in hypocritical methods.
And he would not simply restrict himself to smack speaking Barack Obama within the open, as Washington Post knowledge reporter Christopher Ingraham just lately found. While perusing some Trump administration and GOP web sites, Ingraham discovered a “bonus” function, often called an Easter egg. Hidden within the code of motion.donaldjtrump.com websites and even the official GOP homepage was a petty dig at Obama’s time spent throughout his presidency.
“Oops! Something went fallacious,” it read. “Unlike Obama, we’re working to repair the issue… and never on the golf course.” Included with the message is a 404 error message stating, “What do Hillary Clinton and this hyperlink have in widespread? They’re each lifeless broke.”
The web site of Donald Trump, who has spent a number of days in a row on the golf course, is coded to serve up the next message within the occasion of an inside server error: https://t.co/zrWpyMXRcz pic.twitter.com/wiQSQNNzw0
— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) December 28, 2017
But funnily sufficient, Trump’s workforce could not even get their try at an insult proper, regardless of his penchant for trash speaking. You see, there was one little mistake that ensured the message would by no means be displayed. In a spot the place there ought to have been two equal indicators, there was just one.
— Paul Glenn (@pdglenn) December 28, 2017
Shortly after this snippet of code was made public, it was faraway from the Trump and GOP web sites. But let’s get into the way it makes Trump extremely hypocritical, lets?
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