Amazon Is Selling Toilet Paper Printed With Trump’s Awful Tweets

There are a lot of people who are upset with the outrageous and oftentimes outlandish tweets that President Donald Trump issues on a daily basis. But Amazon found a way to make it easier for some people to deal with them.

The web retail giant is selling toilet paper that includes several of Trump’s most infamous tweets. And many of the tweets point out the contradictory stances that the president is taking today versus what he’s said in the past.

“This election is a total sham and travesty!” reads one of the sheets on the toilet paper. It refers to the time when former President Barack Obama won the Electoral College early in 2012, when all of the votes hadn’t been tabulated yet and it appeared he had won without securing the popular vote (after all of the votes were counted, he did win both the popular vote and Electoral College).

That tweet, from 2012, contradicts what Trump has said more recently after he won the Electoral College but not the popular vote. He downplayed the importance of the popular vote after his victory, stating, “The Electoral College is actually genius in that it brings all states, including the smaller ones, into play.”

In another tweet featured on the TP, Trump casually asks, “Are you allowed to impeach a president for gross incompetence?” At the time, Trump was being critical of Obama. But many have since referred to that tweet whenever Trump makes an ill-advised move or statement.

Another of the sheets of toilet paper available for purchase has Trump discussing possibly becoming best friends with the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin.

“Do you think Putin will be going to the Miss Universe Pageant … if so, whill he become my new best friend?” Trump asks.

If you want to purchase the toilet paper with Trump’s tweets yourself, you may have to wait awhile — currently, the product is “unavailable.” But its popularity will likely mean that it will be coming back soon, so keep your eyes peeled!

This articles was published on reverepress.com