Hear Trump's tweets remixed into a whiny early '00s emo song


Still, we can't imagine Donald's very happy about this new video. Donald Trump will sometimes end his tweets with "SAD!" or "UNFAIR!" so some brilliant minds chose to turn Trump's tweets into an emo song.

Super Deluxe then christen him with the name "Emo Trump" and proceed to sing his tweets with an angst ridden voice, to the tune of a 2000s emo ballad.

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Donald Trump is just a little emo, it all makes sense now.

Trump's tweets have now been paired with emo hits of the early 2000s by group Super Deluxe and it's strangely brilliant.

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"I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it", goes another, seemingly stolen straight off a Panic At The Disco lyric sheet. Saturday Night Live is experiencing the show's highest ratings in the past six years, while The Daily Show, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Real Time With Bill Maher and many others are firing on all cylinders with Trump humor.

For anyone who ever rocked Xs on their wrists at all-age gigs (or laughed at the kids who did), it's all uncannily familiar and wonderfully hilarious.

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