This Twitter Thread Comparing Fox News Coverage With Trump's Tweets Just a Few Minutes Later Has People Very Disturbed
More evidence emerged over the weekend that President Donald Trump is governing based on what he watches on Fox News, and he may start another war because of it.
Late Sunday afternoon, Trump - seemingly out of the blue - issued an unambiguous warning to Iran on Twitter:
Donald Trump Claims One of the Founders of Greenpeace Is Calling Climate Change 'Fake News' and Greenpeace Just Clapped Back
President Donald Trump rekindled his assault on climate science Tuesday morning by peddling a bogus claim he saw on Fox & Friends, his favorite executive time program.
Specifically, Trump was parroting Patrick Moore, a climate contrarian that who was invited onto Fox & Friends as a reward for referring to Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) as a “pompous little twit."
Newt Gingrich Just Tried to Defend Donald Trump's Work Schedule by Comparing Him to Winston Churchill and It Totally Backfired
After weeks' worth of leaked White House schedules revealed that President Donald Trump has spent 60% of the last three months having "executive time," Americans were chiding the President for remaining in the residence to tweet and watch television all day.
As a result, Trump allies are frantically praising the President's productivity, with White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisting that "the results speak for themselves."
President Donald Trump did not show up for work Wednesday morning, sparking a wave of jokes and memes on social media.
Trump's tardiness was reported by NBC's Hans Nichols. His colleague Ken Dilanian wrote that Trump was "likely watching TV in the residence all morning."
John Kelly Reportedly Added 'Policy Time' to Donald Trump's Daily Schedule for Exactly the Reason You Think
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has reportedly instituted a schedule block for President Donald Trump, complementing the "executive time" the Commander-in-Chief already enjoys on a daily basis.
Politico's Annie Karni tweeted on Tuesday that "policy time" will now be given to the president so he can reflect on the immediate issues facing the administration.