Of course President Donald Trump was going to jump up and smack the ball out Hillary Clinton’s hand right as she was about to make a lay-up. Clinton, the Democratic Presidential candidate that Trump beat as well as the former First Lady and Secretary of State, said during an interview that she was hopeful about an election victory until revelations by James Comey, the Director of the FBI, via a letter, as well as WikiLeaks, “raised doubts” in the minds of the voters, throwing her entire campaign into a tailspin.

So, naturally, Trump had a thing or two to say about that.

He didn’t send the tweets out immediately. He let it stew in his mind for a few hours before finally letting off his steam at around midnight, probably just before bed when he couldn’t sleep because he was seething with hatred for Hillary Clinton and he needed to get it out.

‘Comey was the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton’

Trump called out Clinton for slamming Comey for her election loss, saying that his being in charge of the Bureau was “the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!”

This may seem like Trump is attacking Clinton, but it’s likely that this is an attack on Comey, who is set to testify against Trump in regards to the Russia thing soon, so that’s sure to provoke the President’s ire.

Further affirming this theory, POTUS added, “The phony...” – and then he had to continue in a second tweet because he ran out of characters – “...Trump/Russia story was an excuse used by the Democrats as justification for losing the election. Then he suggested, “Perhaps Trump just ran a great campaign?” before turning his Twitter off and going to sleep because it was bedtime and he’d said what he wanted to say.

It’s interesting that Trump calls the Russia conspiracy “phony” when there are a number of investigations still open and uncovering new evidence that the Russian government had a hand in Trump’s victory last November. And he only won by like 2% of the votes – it wasn’t a Bush-sized margin between the Democratic and Republican votes – so even if it was a fair election, it wasn’t down to a campaign that was particularly “great.”

Also, Melania liked a slanderous tweet about her and her husband

Right before President Trump sent out these defamatory anti-Clinton and/or anti-Comey (not to mention definitely pro-Trump) tweets, First Lady Melania Trump’s verified personal Twitter account liked a tweet about the pair that was not kind.

It read, “Seems the only #Wall @realDonaldTrump’s built is the one between him and @FLOTUS #Melania #trump.” Weird that she would like it at all, but shortly after, understandably, she unliked it, and that was that. Interesting.