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Trump Tries To Delete Violent And Controversial Retweet, But Keith Olbermann Has The Receipts

By Collin Gossel

On Tuesday, August 15th, just three days after a white supremacist drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one woman and injuring at least 19 others, President Donald Trump retweeted an image of a train running over a man with the CNN logo superimposed over his face. 

Perhaps realizing that sharing this cartoon days after such a public tragedy was even more unacceptable than it normally would be (which, in a normal world, would be completely unacceptable,) the President then deleted the re-tweet. 

Before he pulled it, however, many of the Trump's critics, including Keith Olbermann, captured the image and are now spreading this glimpse into the President's psyche across the Internet.

Twitter users were disgusted.