TRUMP’S MORNING TWEETS: Gives Thanks, Talks Russia Hacking, Hammers A Magazine

Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to address some hot topics.

He gave thanks to some publications for their support, addressed the Russian hacking issue, talked about his business dealings, and hammered one particular publication.

Trump thanked Time and the Financial Times for being named “Person of the Year:”

Here are the covers of each:

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To Vanity Fair, Trump was less kind:

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This was a response to a hit piece Graydon Carter did on Trump for the November issue of Vanity Fair. The lede of that was, “Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter has spent more than 30 years observing Donald Trump’s orange-tinted antics. With a month left to go before the election, he reports on some memorable lessons learned along the way.”

Then, Trump turned to the issue of his business dealings. Trump said it’s not a big deal:

Finally, Trump addressed the Russia hacking issue. He asked a question we’re all wondering: 

He’s right!

Why didn’t Obama stop it, if it was a problem?

Because it wasn’t. It’s just one more excuse from the Democrats. 

Trump is taking his case to the People with his tweets.

Some people want Trump to stop tweeting. They want Trump to go through the traditional press. They want Trump to schedule interviews, and let Liberal editors cherry pick what reaches the people.

For those people, Scott Adams makes a simple point:

Share to support Trump tweeting to the People!


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