Donald Trump Had the Most Morbid Sign-Off to a Tweet About Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden, and People Seriously Have Questions

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After lashing out at Vermont Senator and Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Twitter, President Donald Trump continued the tirade, this time bringing another expected Democratic candidate into the loop as well: former Vice President Joe Biden.

It's unsurprising that Trump is already launching attacks (and nicknames) against the growing field of 2020 Democratic candidates—confirmed and otherwise—yet it was the last sentence of a strange tweet against Biden and Sanders that stood out to people.

For those who are fortunate enough to have never mourned the loss of a person, "May God rest their soul" and other iterations of the phrase are typically reserved for those who are dead.

Knowing this, many people were confused by what Trump meant.

The tweets spurred a pattern that's become all too familiar.

People are questioning Donald Trump's mental fitness and speculating that it's getting worse.

The 2020 race is only just underway, and if the 2016 campaigns were any indication, the nation is in for a harrowing ride.

May God rest our souls.

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The ones at Politifact don't seem fazed.

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Former Republican Congressman and current host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough, left the Republican party in July of 2017—around six months after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

Since then, he's used his show to call out the President's (16,000+ and counting) lies—and Tuesday night was no different.

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After weeks of enduring the impeachment trial against him in the Senate, President Donald Trump was likely grateful to be in a venue filled with people willing to praise him.

The President spoke at a rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, but at multiple points during the speech, his words got ahead of his thoughts.

At one point, Fox News—which was covering the event—decided to cut away, amid stifled laughter from the hosts.

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