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U.S. President Donald Trump has made it very, very clear he is not a fan of his predecessor, Barack Obama, or his primary competitor in the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton. He has primarily used his never-quiet voice—or his Twitter—to get that message out to Americans.
As it turns out, his disdain for the two democrats runs so deep that even the back-end code of his website, donaldjtrump.com, includes shots at Obama and Clinton—well, attempted shots.
Thursday, Washington Post reporter Christopher Ingraham posted a screenshot showing the insults, which were intended to appear following an internal server error, on Twitter.
The website of Donald Trump, who has spent several days in a row at the golf course, is coded to serve up the following message in the event of an internal server error: https://t.co/zrWpyMXRcz pic.twitter.com/wiQSQNNzw0— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) December 28, 2017
"Oops! Something went wrong," the error message in the code reads. "Unlike Obama, we are working to fix the problem... and not on the golf course."
Ingraham stated the message was also present on GOP.com.
It's also all over https://t.co/ayBlGmk65Z. As others have noted in this thread, this is weird code and it's not clear it would ever actually display, but who knows.— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) December 28, 2017
Another 404 error message in the code, paired with the Obama dig, states, "What do Hillary Clinton and this link have in common? They're both dead broke."
Problem is, the code was written incorrectly, so the message would never actually show up to visitors of the website.