Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump trolled his rival, presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, on Twitter Saturday over her being on the wrong side of the Brexit vote results.
So funny, Crooked Hillary called BREXIT so incorrectly, and now she says that she is the one to deal with the U.K. All talk, no action!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 25, 2016
Trump had previously criticized his rival for not reading situations in the world correctly — as she did with Brexit — and did so again two days later on Twitter.
Trump had said that if he were British, he would “be more inclined to [vote to] leave [the EU], for a lot of reasons, like having a lot less bureaucracy”– just as voters in the United Kingdom (UK) did Thursday night.
However, both Clinton and President Obama had urged voters in the UK to remain part of the EU.
Many voters who wanted to exit the EU cited the burden of the EU’s regulations and open borders policy.
Trump first spoke about the Brexit results while visiting Trump Turnberry on Friday. He spent Saturday at Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeen, Scotland before flying back to New York City on Saturday night.