President Donald Trump's Twitter often ranges from caps-laden screeds against standard oversight to patronizing nicknames for his rivals.
The country has learned to gauge the President's mood by the number of times he's tweeted or retweeted in a day (the record is 142, when the House impeachment managers were giving their opening arguments).
The NRA Is Accused of Anti-Semitism for a Tweet Slamming Democratic Billionaires Days After the Pittsburgh Shooting
The National Rifle Association on Tuesday posted a tweet attacking three Jewish Democratic donors in a last-minute push before the midterms, and social media is fighting back.
"Another billionaire is pumping unlimited money into electing anti-gun lawmakers," the organization wrote. "Notorious anti-gunner George Soros joins anti-gun billionaires Steyer and Bloomberg. There is no end to how much they’ll pay to push their elitist agenda on Americans."
Democrats rallied around President Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia last night as he endorsed Hillary Clinton for the presidency, acknowledging her as the only candidate capable of continuing his legacy. Though he largely refused to mention Donald Trump by name, his feelings on the billionaire tycoon’s incendiary politics were clear.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has already taken “concrete steps toward a possible presidential campaign” and is committed to spending $1 billion of his own fortune to making it happen. Advisers to Bloomberg, 73, have set a deadline for late March, the latest point at which he could officially enter the presidential race.