Later in the day on Tuesday, the Knight First Amendment Institute - a Columbia University-based legal group - issued President Trump a letter asking him to unblock the accounts of citizens who have expressed opposing views to the president without violating Twitter's terms of service.
As it was during his candidacy, Trump's Twitter usage has been a cornerstone of his presidency - often offering a window into his thinking, sometimes at the expense of his administration's own messaging.
"One of the things I was referring to during that speech was the fact that yes, they haven't paid what they should be paying now, but for many years they haven't been paying".
Christie, who said he was not going to critique every tweet, added that all he cares "about is what's in the best interest of the president because that's what's in the best interest of the country".
A new poll Wednesday found 61 percent of Trump voters think it's a good idea for the president to "replace high-level members" of his White House staff, according to a new poll released by Morning Consult/Politico.
As of 9 p.m. ET Tuesday, the White House still was unable to say whether or not the President backs his attorney general, a White House official said.Читайте также: Warren Gatland hits back at 'personal' criticism as Lions win ignites tour
"I don't think he will stop tweeting, unfortunately", she said.
"This obsession with covering everything he says on Twitter and very little what he does as president ..."
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.
President Trump reportedly has a busy day on Thursday, but it's possible he will be responding to the hearing with James Comey on Twitter. Does Trump even use two-step authorization?
Trump's tweets have implications, especially outside of the US. This might not matter if he weren't also the sitting president of the United States, vested with all the powers that accompany the office. "If you look at the trend in Quinnipiac's polling since January, strong approval of the president's job performance has faded in a number of constituencies - including Republicans and whites without college degrees". "At their core, these are presidential statements". It's not just a tweet.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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