Moments after Barack Obama’s victory was projected by several news outlets last night, Donald Trump took to Twitter to voice his outrage, demanding a “revolution”.
Donald Trump also said that the Democrat’s re-election to office was a “great and disgusting injustice”.
Earlier Tuesday, Donald Trump took to Twitter reminding his followers: “Whoever wins today, remember that tomorrow we still have a country struggling.
“Our work is not done until America is strong again.”
However, as it became apparent that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney would not win the election, Donald Trump’s tweets became more enraged, and more hyperbolic.
He began with: “Well, back to the drawing board!”
Donald Trump quickly followed up with a call to revolution. He wrote: “He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!”
He later deleted that tweet.
But he was far from over.
“This election is a total sham and a travesty,” he wrote.
“We are not a democracy!”
He also added the “serious and unprecedented trouble” that America is in – “like never before”.
Donald Trump, 66, later went onto attack the Electoral College, but offered a kernel of hope for the still-Republican House of Representatives.
“Hopefully the House can hold our country together for four more years,” he tweeted.
“House shouldn’t give anything to Obama unless he terminates Obamacare.”
He did not tweet anything after Mitt Romney’s gracious concession speech.
Donald Trump’s attacks on Barack Obama have been more frequent in the weeks preceding the election.
Only last week, he lashed out at Barack Obama for using Superstorm Sandy to garner more votes and essentially buy the election.
The billionaire’s grudge hasn’t gone unnoticed by the president.
During a recent appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Barack Obama quipped that their rivalry began when the two were growing up in Kenya.
“We had constant run-ins on the soccer field, he wasn’t that good,” Barack Obama told the NBC late-night host.