Trump Attacks Everyone in Morning Twitter Rant

President Trump woke up with his boxing gloves on this morning. He spent most of his Saturday morning sending out a spurt of tweets, everything ranging from Russia investigation all the way to the lack of an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails.

This series of rants started early too!

First one —  which was about the Washington Post story claiming AG Jeff Sessions discussed with the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak election-related issues — started at 5:30 a.m.

The WaPo story cites leaks from “current and former U.S. officials.”

The President then place the New York Times in his line of fire. He claimed the paper was responsible for foiling an attempt to kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the ISIS leader.

According to the Daily Caller: He then turned his attention to pardons. This week it was reported the President questioned his lawyers about his ability to pardon himself, his staff and his family in the Russian investigation. It was a claim the White House denied.

Then Trump went back to the Sessions and Special Counsel Robert Mueller issue. Here he questioned why Hillary Clinton’s alleged deleting of  personal emails from her private server — including her ties to Russia — aren’t the focus of a criminal probe.

Then President Trump gets in his son’s, Donald Trump Jr., corner defending him from accusations he withheld information from government investigators, by brilliantly comparing his actions to Hillary’s.

Next the President responded to critics who pointed out incoming White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci was very critical of then candidate Donald Trump during the Republican primary when he was a supporter of Jeb Bush.

In his final two ranting tweets he switched subjects again.

He closed with criticism of Republican Senators’ inability to agree on a repeal and replacement plan for Obamacare.

What do you think about the President’s tweets?

Is this helping or damaging out image as a nation?


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