As global markets fell once again and futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped precipitously, President Donald Trump decided he’d take to Twitter and vent his rage, aiming his frustration at everyone and everything other than himself and his administration’s halfhearted response to the coronavirus pandemic.

CNN reports that bad economic news can be found wherever you look, with the most dramatic reversals being seen in Europe and Asia:

“Investors are waking up ‘shell shocked,’ wrote Stephen Innes, chief market strategist at AxiCorp, in a Monday research note. He described the panic as ‘complete pandemonium.’

“The one-two punch of Saudi Arabia’s oil price war and the deepening coronavirus fears in Europe added ‘another level of unwanted panic to a market already thick with fear,’ Innes said, noting that investors have begun piling into safe haven assets. The Japanese yen surged against the US dollar to its strongest level in more than three years, while gold briefly traded above $1,700 per ounce and hit its highest levels since 2012.”

But rather than try to calm economic fears and reassure the public, Trump decided to lash out on social media, starting his tirade by blaming the media for his administration’s inadequate response to coronoavirus:

Trump then moved on to the Democratic presidential race, suggesting that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and other Democrats are trying to steal the nomination from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT):

As if that wasn’t more than enough for one morning, Trump ended with this:

Responses to Trump’s Twitter meltdown were immediate:

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