Trump's tweets are all official White House statements. Is he taking up fine sewing?
After the stock market lost 799 points on Tuesday because of Trump's 'I am tariff man tweet,' FBN's 'Bulls and Bears' panel members were furious at Trump for his ignorant and incoherent approach to trade.
Yes, Fleischer argued that Trump wouldn't tweet so much against Mueller except he's so innocent. The look on incredulity on the face of Democratic pundit Marie Harf was priceless.
Fox News' Sandra Smith, tried to defend Trump's tweets bashing the Mueller by claiming the investigation is going on too long, but Rep. Eric Swalwell told her that the investigation would already be over if Trump sat down and came clean to Mueller, but he's afraid to do his homework.
Stock market is down, so Trump blames the not-yet-in-office Democrats. Trump always finds an imaginary scapegoat, and at the same time makes it all about him. What he never does is take responsibility for his own actions.
CNN's New Day held a panel discussion and remarked how quickly Trump, after calling for unity, reverted back to his uncontrollable self, which included a very early morning tweet rage.
Sunny Hostin explained that the entire case hasn't been thrown out against Trump and said, "You didn’t think she was a "horseface" when you were sleeping with her.’'
Stormy Daniels responded, "Game on, Tiny!"
Sen. Collins blasted Trump for attacking the possible victim of sexual assault during the Judge Kavanaugh hearing.
Sen. Susan Collins voiced her frustration at Trump for criticizing Christine Blasey Ford via Twitter for not reporting the alleged sexual assault to the police immediately.
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