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Twitter User Roasts Trump's 'Stable Genius' Comments In A Very Gilbert And Sullivan Way

Twitter User Roasts Trump's 'Stable Genius' Comments In A Very Gilbert And Sullivan Way
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6 months ago

Much of the talk in Washington D.C. has been of Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff's tell-all book from within the walls of the Trump White House. One of the book's most significant claims is that many of Trump's closest staff believe his mental acuity is slipping.  

In response, the President tweeted the following:

Clearly, these are the tweets of a very stable genius.

One tweet stood out. @hunttheshark knew exactly what Twitter needed — Gilbert and Sullivan references:

Twitter users loved it:

In fact, they enjoyed the song so much, they couldn't help but join in for a second verse:

And the song wasn't over yet...

Anyone down for... another verse?

What's that? More?!

Twitter seemed to have a lot of feelings they needed to get off their chest through song:

And it quickly became the song that could never end:

Tune in tomorrow for new verses inspired by whatever Trump does today.

H/T: Twitter, CNN

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