Donald Trump, the American business tycoon and potential presidential candidate, has taken to Twitter to hit out at Jon Stewart whom he calls “the most overrated joke on television,” after the broadcaster roasted him on the Daily Show for his secret “foolproof” plan to defeat Isis.
Trump wrote on Twitter that he believed Stewart is “a wiseguy with no talent” and called the “dummy” broadcaster a “bad filmmaker [whose] last effort was a real bomb”.
“While Jon Stewart is a joke, not very bright and totally overrated, some losers and haters will miss him and his dumb down humour. Too bad!” he wrote in one of four retaliatory tweets against the comedian.
Jon Stewart is the most overrated joke on television. A wiseguy with no talent. Not smart, but convinces dopes he is! Fading out fast.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 30, 2015
While Jon Stewart is a joke, not very bright and totally overrated, some losers and haters will miss him and his dumb clown humor. Too bad!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 31, 2015
All the haters and losers must admit that, unlike others, I never attacked dopey Jon Stewart for his phony last name. Would never do that!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 31, 2015
For those of you that have conveniently fotgotten, dummy Jon Stewart is a bad filmmaker. His last effort was a real bomb (in all ways)!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 31, 2015
Trump, who has said he will make a major announcement in June, has said he is "seriously thinking" about running for the 2016 presidency as a Republican candidate.
Stewart ran a segment on all the Republican and Democrat candidates who are currently in the presidential race last week, and after ridiculing three Republicans that have already thrown their hats in the ring, Stewart introduced Trump with the line: “They’re all very colourful characters, but for me there can only be one F**kface von Clownstick.”
He played an interview with Trump on Fox News discussing Isis, in which he says: “We have a President who has no clue what he is doing.
“I do know what to do, and I would know how to bring Isis to the table, or beyond that, defeat Isis.
“It is a fool-proof way of winning and they would be defeated very quickly. And I’m not going to tell you what it is tonight.”
Stewart then did an impression of Trump, and said: “Not because I don’t have a very foolproof plan, I do, but I’m not going to tell you, I’m withholding it for now, because I’m a tremendous *sshole”.Reuse content