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    Trump's 'Russia-Get-Ready' Missile Twitterstorm Baffles Netizens

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    Earlier in the day, the US President took to Twitter to call for Russia to “get ready” for “nice and new and smart” missiles in Syria as a response to the alleged chemical attack in Douma – the tweet was followed by another one, urging Moscow to stop what he described as an “arms race.”

    After threatening to attack Syria, POTUS scaled back the rhetoric 40 minutes later with his next tweet reading that Moscow needed Washington’s help in economy, suggesting working together and ending what he called an “armed race.”

    READ MORE: "Get Ready Russia!" Trump Threatens Attack on Syria, Moscow Strikes Back

    It seems that the whole world is following Donald Trump on Twitter: social media users were quick to react to Trump’s outburst on the network. Many have noticed that the president seemed nervous, with some suggesting that he was “bipolar,” while stressing that they did not want World War III to break out:

    Some said that he’d better stop “tweeting nonsense,” calmed down and find other things to do:

    Other users pointed out that Trump was the one who kicked off the “arms race”…

    …while a fellow twitterian wondered if there was any “arms race” at all:

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