On Twitter, Donald Trump slammed a cryptic remark, calling it a “sad form of communication.”
Following the release of a cryptic statement, DONALD TRUMP has been roundly criticized on social media.
After making a three-word response, the former US President has once again become the object of criticism on Twitter.
“1776, not 1619!” said Mr Trump, who left the White House at the start of the year.
The statement appears to be a reference to the “1619 Project” of the New York Times.
The goal of the project is to “reframe the country’s past by putting the repercussions of slavery and black Americans’ achievements at the very center of our national narrative.”
Mr Trump announced his intention to prohibit critical race theory in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday.
“We will fully defund and ban critical race theory,” he declared. If that doesn’t bother you, the year is 1776, not 1619.
“And if government-run schools educate students to despise their homeland, we will demand school choice, which we already have.
“If you listen to the news or watch the evening newscast, you’ll see that our country has taken a turn for the worse.
“Race is all we talk about. All they speak about is that. Race. “Race, race, race, race, race, race, race, race, race, race, race, race
Mr Trump no longer has access to his Twitter account, which was suspended after the Capitol Hill incident over fears that he would inspire more violence.