Like whether #45's tweets are "official" White House statements (Sean Spicer says yes; Kellyanne Conway says they're not important) and if, by blocking some Twitter users, the president is violating the First Amendment. Former FBI Director James Comey is set to testify Thursday about his private discussions with Trump and the Russian Federation investigation has lapped into the White House, with questions about the President's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner. These are serious words coming out of the highest office holder in the land, and all that this bot does is just give those messages the proper honor they deserve.These are statements of the president. "At its core, it's pretty straightforward", he added.
Unlike other public figures who ignores trolls and haters, United States President Donald Trump chooses to block them from his Twitter account.
NBC News reports, (http://nbcnews.to/2r1qc3w) President Trump's tweets have played a major role in his presidency by "offering a window into his thinking, sometimes at the expense of his administration's own messaging".
But Trump's team thinks the president can refocus attention on his legislative agenda, raising issues such as healthcare and infrastructure in a way that might rally his supporters and encourage lawmakers to understand his support, and theirs if they cooperate with him, remains strong.
During Thursday's more than two hours of testimony, Comey said the White House "chose to defame" him and the FBI by saying that under his leadership the bureau was in disarray. For example, Trump tweeted on Monday that his controversial executive order which barred travel from several Muslim-majority was, in fact, a "travel ban".
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He gave up two goals in the first 6:43 of the game and it never improved from there as h started the second period on the bench. Evgeni Malkin all but pointed to the bleachers on Wednesday - and called a home run for the stars of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
In a letter addressed to Trump, his counsel, press secretary and social media director, the institute wrote on behalf of Holly O'Reilly and Joseph M. Papp, both of whom criticized the president on the social media platform in recent weeks and said they were blocked. "The concerns were, 'The guy won't pay and he won't listen, '" one source, described as "close to the White House", said.
"I don't think we should roll out the red carpet to the president of the U.S. in the circumstances where his policies go against everything we stand for", Khan said to Britain's Channel 4 News.
The FAKE MSM is working so hard trying to get me not to use Social Media.
During Comey's testimony, Donald Trump Jr. provided a running commentary on his Twitter feed. Yet the president's tweets, while informal, do not stick to topics of no outcome.
On Monday, Sanders took the podium and appeared to acknowledge for the first time that Spicer would be a less frequent on-camera presence for the White House.
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