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12 Funniest Tweets in Response to Trump Blasting Obama

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12 Funniest Tweets in Response to Trump Blasting Obama

Donald Trump took to Twitter to fire back at President Obama for his remarks about him during an interview on 60 Minutes last night.

When asked about Trump, Obama called him “the classic reality TV character” and a “great publicity seeker.” Obama also said in the interview, "My definition of leadership would be leading on climate change, an international accord that potentially we'll get in Paris."

Well, Trump did not like any of that. He has repeatedly said he is "not a believer in climate change," even going so far as to call global warming a hoax "created by and for the Chinese to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive."

Last night, Trump tweeted the following:

And, as you can imagine, many people responded to Trump's tweets. Here are some of the funniest responses:

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