White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

What the Knight Institute is really upset about-as are their fellow liberals-is that Trump has managed to use Twitter to bypass the anti-Trump narrative of the liberal media, and that is driving them insane.

Of course, Trump's staffers and aides and secretaries have backtracked, contradicted, and immediately abandoned their official statements before.

When he tried to open a different tweet from President Trump, he saw that he was blocked instead.

Replying to messages posted by Trump on Twitter, often in the form of a thread, is common practice on the platform, both by fans and detractors of the Republican president. Cyber security experts voiced their concern about the possibility of Trump's constant tweeting leading to a hack or tracking by foreign entities.

Donald Trump's closest friends and allies have begun to publicly warn the president that his Twitter tirades are fueling mayhem in the White House and risk jeopardizing his presidency.

This could mean that Scavino plans to force Trump to unblock those users, but the unusual phrasing (Trump "will not stop" - as opposed to start - communicating with the whole country) indicates that Scavino more likely misunderstands the letter.

Meanwhile, a growing number of Republican lawmakers are expressing frustration with Trump's Twitter habits.

The president acknowledged the pressure to curb his Twitter use in a series of tweets Tuesday, although he appeared to blame the push as a result of the mainstream media. Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, a holdover from the President Barack Obama's administration, was sacked by Trump after she declined to defend his executive order on immigration. The tweets shocked the British and caused days of distraction, overshadowing the White House's public roll-out of a plan to overhaul the USA air-traffic control system.

The official said it made more sense from a legal standpoint to have any Russian Federation war room operation outside of the White House. James Comey is scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee and rumor has it that Trump is planning to. can you guess?

Barrack agreed there is a sense of chaos in the White House and said it was unlikely to abate soon.

Trump had other ideas.

Even Conway's husband, George Conway, who recently withdrew himself from consideration for a job at DOJ criticized the president's tweets on the travel ban. "We need the courts to give us back our rights". "And I think many times he's used it the right way to get his message out there and have people hear directly from him what he thinks, and other times I think what he's done hasn't been in his best interest".

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