The Chelsea Clinton guide to taking down Trump on Twitter

The Chelsea Clinton guide to taking down Trump on Twitter

The Chelsea Clinton guide to taking down Trump on Twitter. Image: Harnik/AP/REX/Shutterstock While Hillary Clinton lays relatively low and Michelle Obama kicks back in an island paradise, Chelsea Clinton has become a relentless, vocal critic of President Trump and his policies. Clinton, like both of her parents, must carefully balance her resistance against the risk of appearing like a so-called sore loser. Indeed, #MAGA supporters love taunting Clinton with reminders of her mother's defeat. If the trolling irks or intimidates Clinton, it doesn't show. Instead of getting embroiled in Twitter fights with egg avatars, Clinton focuses on her targets for the day, like fighting the refugee and Muslim ban, answering the global gag rule executive order with scientific research and writing the verbal equivalent of a face-palm response to Trump's incoherent speech at a Black History Month gathering. The rhetorical question is your friend. A little sarcasm goes a long way. Clinton rarely says Trump's name. Tweet about good people.

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While Hillary Clinton lays relatively low and Michelle Obama kicks back in an island paradise, Chelsea Clinton has become a relentless, vocal critic of President Trump and his policies.

With a signature mix of mild sarcasm and exasperation, she routinely serves up sharp commentary on the 45th president to her 1.5 million followers on Twitter.

Clinton, like both of her parents, must carefully balance her resistance against the risk of appearing like a so-called sore loser. Indeed, #MAGA supporters love taunting Clinton with reminders of her mother’s defeat. If the trolling irks or intimidates Clinton, it doesn’t show.

Instead of getting embroiled in Twitter fights with egg avatars, Clinton focuses on her targets for the day, like fighting the refugee and Muslim ban, answering the global gag rule executive order with scientific research and writing the verbal equivalent of a face-palm response to Trump’s incoherent speech at a Black History Month gathering.

One would think he would have thought of an answer since yesterday. Here’s one: There’s no place for any bigotry, ever, in America. https://t.co/XBtcgFnRxd

— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) February 16, 2017

On Thursday, following Trump’s bizarre press conference, Clinton helpfully supplied him with an answer to a question about rising anti-Semitism after he struggled with it for the second day in a row. “One would think he would have thought of an answer since yesterday,” she said. “Here’s one: There’s no place for any bigotry, ever, in…

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