Friday and Saturday Trump Tweets

President Trump and the First Lady walk pass the inaugural parade reviewing stand. by Pvt. Gabriel Silva

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In 1949 Defense Secretary Louis Johnson announced the creation of Armed Forces Day. This day replaced the separate days to honor Army, Navy, and the Air Force. The change came with the creation of the Department of Defense, unifying all branches of military service.

In the first tweet President Trump spelled the First Lady’s name wrong.

It took about 5 minutes before the tweet was deleted and reissued, but the internet is forever.

Twitter reacted

On May 16th, 2018 The New York Times published an article, the title, “Code Name Crossfire Hurricane: The Secret Origins of the Trump Investigation”

The article details the alleged events that happened shortly after the FBI opened the investigations into Trump’s campaign’s ties to Russia.

One line of the article seems to have sparked speculation among President Trump’s allies and supporters as to whether or not the FBI placed an “informant,” inside then candidates Trump’s campaign:

And at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page and Mr. Papadopoulos, current and former officials said.

CNN Friday reported that sources have told them that the informant was not planted inside the campaign, that it is an American citizen, but neither of the officials would offer more details.

The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, David Nunes (R-CA) early this month subpoenaed the Justice Department after the agency failed to respond to his request for documents related to a U.S. citizen who contributed to the Russian Probe, but on Friday, the Washington Examiner reported that a Justice Department official confirmed to them that Nunes failed to respond to their invitation to meet on Friday to continue talks about his document request.

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