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Chelsea Clinton’s pathetic attempt to bad mouth Donald Trump on Twitter has backfired in a big way. In an interview with Teen Vogue, Chelsea said she doesn’t know how she will explain Donald Trump or the year 2017 to her children one day.

Which begs the question: How is she going to explain grandpa? And is she going to let her kids sit on his knee? I wouldn’t. Would you let the Clinton’s babysit your kids?  What a joke – having to explain Trump with her family stumbling around? “Hey – there’s uncle Roger – he had to be pardoned because of a coke problem!

And here’s a great one: “As Maya Angelou said — which is something I know I’ve quoted on Twitter and off, and others have as well — ‘when someone shows you who they are the first time, believe them.’ It has been very clear who Mr. Trump is for about longer than you or I have been alive.

Although Chelsea defended Trump in a tweet Tuesday after Kathy Griffin sparked outrage when images surfaced of her holding up a bloody, decapitated version of the president’s head, she quickly deleted the apology – can’t even be that decent when you’re in that family.

But this isn’t the first time Chelsea and Trump have crossed paths in the media:

Ypu’ll remember after the president delivered a speech to kick off Black History Month which went over well with most everyone – even those from across party lines – Chelsea was seething.

In all of her ill-founded outrage, she decided to respond by tweeting a transcript of Trump’s remarks, along with the confusing caption, “This is… This is…”

MRC Blog reported:

Clearly, Chelsea didn’t have the guts to actually say what she didn’t like about the speech, as even she knows she’s no match for Trump. However, patriots still fired back on Twitter to let Chelsea know that nobody cares what she thought of the speech, or what she thinks about anything for that matter.

For some reason, Chelsea Clinton is under the impression that people actually care to hear her opinion on politics, or anything else, for that matter.

News flash, Chelsea: You are utterly irrelevant in the political atmosphere. You may have lived in the White House as an awkward teenager, but the American people have ushered in a new era of government accountability and nationalism with the election of Donald Trump. You might as well just go into hiding with your mom at this point.