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“A.G. Lynch made law enforcement decisions for political purposes…gave Hillary Clinton a free pass and protection,” Trump wrote.
The tweetstorm came a day after his daughter and assistant Ivanka Trump took to Fox News’s morning show Fox and Friends to defend the president, and follows reports detailing how Trump spends hours several mornings a week watching the conservative outlet.
President Donald Trump spent his Tuesday morning in the White House furiously tweeting his disdain for the federal courts, accusations against his predecessor’s administration and demands for an apology from the “Fake News” media.
Trump then concluded his morning series of tweets by demanding the media apologize to him, before announcing he was off to Wisconsin to talk about “JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!
“—which, he notes, are being created all across the country, and the “Real News” has been reporting just that.
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Donald Trump Just Decided To Block A Bunch Of People On Twitter
At 8:10 a.m. Tuesday, the progressive veterans advocacy group VoteVets alerted its Twitter followers that it had been blocked by President Donald Trump.
Hours later, the novelist Stephen King let it be known that he too had been stymied from viewing Trump’s 140-character missives.
“It is a broadcast mechanism and being blocked from the president’s Twitter account means it is harder to get access to his statements on Twitter and sometimes those statements are important….
And Trump certainly isn’t the only politician who has decided he can’t stand the barrage of criticism that comes with the territory of putting up a Twitter post.
Jordan Uhl, an organizer known for quickly responding to Trump’s tweets with what can best be described as trollish behavior, said he also was blocked on Tuesday.
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Last October, as he was campaigning for president, Donald Trump praised veterans as “amazing,” “distinguished” and “tremendous.”
VoteVets tweeted Tuesday a screenshot—presumably taken while logged in to its own account—appearing to show Trump had blocked the nonprofit progressive veteran advocacy group on Twitter.
In any case, VoteVets isn’t the first to be blocked by the president on his favorite social media site.
This week, he blocked them on Twitter.
VoteVets wrote that Trump’s Muslim ban was “unconstitutional, immoral and a threat to our national security.”
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