The 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, has tried, and failed, at many things over the course of his questionable career. From Trump University to Trump Steaks, the man who would be king seems to repeatedly stumble into avoidable morass after morass despite his promises to only surround himself with “the best people.”
But if there was one thing he was supposed to be good at, it was insults. Little Marco, low-energy Jeb, Rocket Man — all trash bon mots tailor-made for the reality-TV era. It would seem, however, that the hater-in-chief’s team can’t quite translate his petulance to the digital realm.
“The website of Donald Trump,” wrote Christopher Ingraham, “who has spent several days in a row at the golf course, is coded to serve up the following message in the event of an internal server error.”
That message? “Oops! Something went wrong. Unlike Obama, we are working to fix the problem… and not on the golf course.”
There’s just one problem (other than the terrible attempt at humor): the code on the website is written in such a way as to never actually display the message.
That’s right, #TeamTrump can’t even manage to talk shit without tripping over its own shoe laces. Which, well, at this point is pretty much par for the Trump National Golf Club course.