The president has been tweeting for nearly a year about his desire to shut down the Brooklyn Zoo.
Now, he is taking it to a new level.
Trump has been using his personal Twitter account to blast the zoo and his zoo director, Jerry Brown, and he appears to be taking a hard line against the zoo.
In a series of tweets, he accused Brown of a lack of empathy for animals.
He called the zoo a “slaughterhouse for the animals,” and accused Brown and other zoo directors of “feeding and feeding and feeding the animals.”
In one tweet, Trump wrote: “They don’t even know how many animals they kill, the zoo is a slaughterhouse.
The animals are killed, and no one pays for it.
I will get the truth out, and stop the slaughter.
I love the animals.
The zoo should close.
If you don’t, you’re not gonna get the animals you love.
They are not animals.
Stop killing them.”
The president also tweeted about the zoo’s ability to produce endangered animals and threatened to “totally shut down” it.
“They should never have the ability to breed the animals, because they’re in dire straits, as they have been for many years, and if you look at what is going on with the zoo, the breeding is going downhill.
The breeding has been stopped.
There are more animals, they are starving, and there are fewer animals to be born.
You know, it’s pathetic,” Trump said.
Brown responded to Trump’s tweets with a tweet calling Trump a “loser.”
“No, it is a loser,” Brown said.
“I am the world’s greatest advocate for animals and a man who cares deeply about the animals and the environment, and this tweet is a direct attack on that.
I want to thank the president for his strong and passionate support of our zoo and its mission.
I also want to express my profound sadness for the lives that are at risk.
We are committed to protecting the animals of the zoo as best we can, and we will continue to do so.
In fact, this is what I said in a press conference last year, the last time I was in the White House. “
As you all know, the president has made a strong commitment to end the use of hunting in American history.
In fact, this is what I said in a press conference last year, the last time I was in the White House.
I’m the only person in the world who has made the commitment to eliminate the use or killing of wild animals.
So, that’s what we’re going to continue to focus on, and it’s going to take concerted effort.
We will do everything in our power to get it done.”
In his tweets, Trump said he was “so tired of seeing these animals get abused, and being told they’re not worthy.”
“This is why I am the greatest advocate in the entire world for animals, and I know this because I have witnessed the carnage that the world of animals has seen and heard of, and so many of you have.
So I am tired of hearing them talk and think, ‘We don’t need them.
We don’t deserve them,'” Trump said in the tweets.
“Now that I am president, I am going to do everything possible to end their suffering and their pain.
We appreciate it.””
Thank you for listening.
We appreciate it.”