Donald Triump calls South Africa dangerous mess after the Xenophobia saga

Donald Triump calls South Africa dangerous mess after the Xenophobia saga

Cape Town – American business magnate Donald Trump took to Twitter last week Monday night to slam South Africa.

The TV personality behind the reality show The Apprentice tweeted; “As I have long been saying, South Africa is a total – and very dangerous – mess. Just watch the evening news (when not talking weather).”

South Africa has made headlines worldwide recently due to shocking violence against foreigners in horrific xenophobic attacks.

This paired with Eskom’s load shedding shame has shrouded the country in a cloud of negative media coverage.

This isn’t the first time Trump has had something to say about South Africa. During the trial of Oscar Pistorius, the real estate tycoon referred to Judge Thokozile Masipa as a “total moron” after the Paralympian athlete was found guilty of culpable homicide for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

He later tweeted again; “Oscar Pistorius only gets five years in prison for killing his girlfriend. Ridiculous decision! The judge couldn’t even read her own writings.”

Trump, who has 2.8m followers on Twitter, got only 21 replies to his tweet. By early Tuesday morning, the tweet had been retweeted 116 times and had received 105 favorites.
Trump again continued and said that he really loved Nelson Mandela but South Africa is a total and a dangerous mess.

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