President Donald Trump's Twitter feed drives the left insane, while many people on the right often find it entertaining. One thing is sure, whoever Trump has on his digital team deserves a raise for his recent Biden tweet.
We are in the middle of a media feeding frenzy over a supposed intelligence community whistleblower complaint on Trump's conversation last summer with the Ukrainian president.
We know almost nothing about the complaint or the conversation, but that has not stopped a full-blown "we've got him now!" type joyfulness throughout the mainstream media and Never-Trump-land.
CNN hosted a much-touted "Climate Crisis Town Hall" for the Democratic presidential candidates on Tuesday night. However, a Category 5 Trump Tweet-storm slammed the event before the 7 hours of green justice fun began.
President Donald Trump laid out 8-critical points, which refuted the fear-mongering that the 10 candidates offered to potential voters.
I've been more than a little distracted the last few days, so I haven't been able to follow the news cycle (aka Trump's Twitter feed) quite as closely as the rest of the internet.
My takeaway from glimpses of the fighting is that Trump has Democrats defending and supporting:
President Trump is yet again being called a "racist" by the leftstream media, Democrats, and some Republicans. It all started when Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) gained the president's attention with comments about our Southern border and border agents. Trump responded, quite reasonably it seemed to me, that Cummings should look at his own district, of which Baltimore is part.
President Donald Trump intensified the war between him and the "Squad" this afternoon in a tweet calling the four Democratic congresswomen inexperienced troublemakers ruining "the once great Democrat Party."
Something happened to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on the way to Justice Kavanaugh's confirmation. At one point during the hearings, Graham finally "got" it and let loose a fiery tirade against the Democrats for their treatment of Kavanaugh.
President Donald Trump has been using his Twitter account to good effect this week, including his cutting commentary about the first two Democratic Party debates.
On his way to South Korea after successfully concluding the G20 economic summit in Japan, Trump invited North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to meet him at the Demilitarized Zone.
Earlier this week, President Trump tweeted: "Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States." Today, he has announced that the raids will be delayed for two weeks.