Mr. Trump
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Little Rock, Arkansas February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Jacob Slaton

Donald Trump was forced to admit defeat when fellow Republican candidate, Ted Cruz, snatched the front-runner position away from him in the Iowa caucus on Monday. Mr. Trump took to Twitter to express how he felt after the results were announced, “Ted Cruz didn’t win Iowa, he stole it. That is why all of the polls were so wrong and why he got far more votes than anticipated. Bad!”

The business mogul, who is reportedly nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize next to Pope Francis and other peace advocates, continued his rant by demanding the state of Iowa to disqualify Cruz, “The State of Iowa should disqualify Ted Cruz from the most recent election on the basis that he cheated – a total fraud,” he Tweeted on Wednesday.

Since his candidacy announcement last year, Mr. Trump’s campaign has proven to be a sensational show. As the showman he is, the GOP candidate has entertained audiences across the country with bold comments about world issues. Unfortunately, in doing so, he has offended women, fellow politicians, and immigrants who live in the U.S.

Trump supporters may say that he is the best candidate out there because he “speaks the truth” or “has the cojones to say what everyone else is thinking.” But for some of us, these infantile Twitter rants prove otherwise. The former “The Apprentice” star was recently criticized for skipping the last GOP debate. The reason? His opposition to the participation of Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly as one of the moderators, claiming that she has treated him unfairly and describing her as a “light weight journalist.”

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