Considering there are as many tweets as lies and falsehoods, perhaps we could do with four years of no tweets (other than actual official WH tweets). A candidate who would promise not to be so stupid might actually get votes for simply promising not to tweet after election day 2020.
— President Trump's staff once wanted his tweets on a 15-minute delay
— Over half of the president's more than 11,000 tweets are attacks
— His retweets have given a boost to white nationalists, anti-Muslim bigots and adherents of QAnon https://t.co/7EOnm9wjj3
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 2, 2019
Nov 02, 2019 · Mr. Trump’s Twitter habit is most intense at the start of the day, when he is in the White House residence, often watching Fox News…
The rules just aren’t the same for Donald Trump as they are for the rest of us. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apparently admitted as much this week on a phone call with Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar.
As reported by the Washington Post, Dorsey, often criticized for his inaction when it comes removing hateful and threatening content from the platform, was asked by Omar why he hadn’t taken down a video posted by Trump earlier in the month. The video, which spliced together misleading and out of context comments from Omar about the issue of Islamophobia with footage of the 9/11 attacks, was clearly targeted harassment to anyone who saw it.[…]
Jack Dorsey has said in the past that the public interest value of Trump’s tweets outweigh the harm of his occasional calls for violence or threats against foreign governments or members of the media.
More recently Dorsey declined to say whether a hypothetical direct call from Trump to murder a journalist would be grounds for his banishment.