'Obama hater' Donald Trump deletes post-election Twitter tirade
American business mogul Donald Trump has deleted some of the Twitter tirade he posted after President Barack Obama won the 2012 White House race.
In one of his tweets, Trump slammed the election results, calling it 'a total sham and a travesty.'
After news outlets projected that Obama won the election, Trump tweeted, ''Well, back to the drawing board!''
He posted more than 10 angry tweets, declaring ''our nation is a once great nation divided'' and ''the world is laughing at us.''
According to the New York Daily News, Trump even encouraged a ''revolution in the country.'
He deleted some of the posts, including tweets incorrectly saying that Obama had lost the popular vote.
Trump, in a new tweet said that the media focused only on his comments and ignored other far harsher statements by other celebrities.
"Amazing, various celebrities were far harsher than me with political statements, but media doesn't care about them. It is a great honor to have the media so focused on my statements when they don't cover others," he tweeted.