Dictionary.com just trolled Trump over his latest arrogant boast and Twitter goes wild


At Donald Trump’s speech in Ohio on Monday in which he called Democrats “treasonous” who didn’t applaud his State of the Union address, the president also claimed that he was “non-braggadocious”—immediately after bragging about his first year in office:

When I signed the tax cut, six weeks ago, it set off a tidal wave of good news that continues to grow every single day. Before the ink was dry, companies were announcing thousands and thousands of new jobs and enormous investments to their workers.

The irony was too much for Dictionary.com, which posted on Twitter:

Not to put too fine a point on it, Trump bragged about himself, then bragged about not being a braggart.

This contradiction wasn’t lost on other Twitter users: