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Late on election night, around 11:15 pm, when it became abundantly clear that President Obama had won, it also became abundantly clear who had lost—and none in more spectacularly sore fashion than Donald Trump. The Birther King unleashed the full extent of his fury and denial in a series of tweets, most of which are still up on his Twitter account. The casino mogul deleted the one that said “He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!” Here is a sampler of some of his blurted emotions on Election Night:

Soon after, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams commented, “Donald Trump, who has driven well past the last exit to relevance and peered into something closer to irresponsible here, is tweeting tonight,” and presented some of the tweets we showed you above.

Trump was not happy. He dedicated a total of seven (!) tweets to Williams in response. For instance, “The only thing more boring than @bwilliams newscast is his show Rock Center which is totally dying in the ratings—a disaster!” In fact “NBC Nightly News” averaged 10 million viewers election night, versus an average of 7.1 million viewers in the most recent season of Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice.”

The next day, after his worst fears had come true and the terrible news had sunk in, Trump presented his dream of bipartisanship:

Laudable words from someone who believes the President is a Kenyan Bolshevik.

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