Saturday & Sunday Trump Tweets

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Saturday 

President Trump’s tweeting on Saturday started @ 4:26 p.m. with a “Thank you,” tweet sent to NYC Emergency Management. 

The video which is thirty-seven seconds long is a small glimpse at water rescues from River Bend, NC., in the wake of what is now Tropical Depression Florence. 


The next tweet that was sent @ 4:41 p.m. is also a thank you tweet, this time to FEMA administrator Brook Long. 


President Trump’s next three tweets sent @ 4:43 p.m., 4:47 p.m., and, 4:57 p.m., were all endorsements for three representatives, who are all “strong on crime, the Border, and all love, “our military and our Vets,” each has President Trump’s full endorsement. 

Rep Pete Sessions (R-Texas) 

Rep Keith Rothfus (R-Pennsylvania) 

Danny Tarkanian the only candidate President Trump tagged in the tweet is running for Congress in Nevada, he said thank you to President Trump via Twitter. 


The next tweet sent about an hour after the endorsement round of tweets was issued @ 6:08 p.m., the President telling us via tweet, that “my (our) poll number are good,” but he feels that “if it weren’t for,” that, “Rigged Russian Witch Hunt,” they’d be higher. He also reminds us again that there was “No Collusion!” 

Real Clear Politics rolling average for President Trump’s job approval/disapproval as President Trump @ 40.9% approve while 53.4% disapprove of the job President Trump is doing. 

Average 8/29/18 – 9/13/18 

At 6:38 President Trump wonders “when” republican “leadership learn that they are being played like a fiddle by the Democrats on Border Security and Building the Wall?” He ends his tweet with the demand to “Finish the Wall!” 


6:42 p.m. President Trump via tweet sent his “sympathies,” and “warmth,” to the families and friends of those that have died as result of Hurricane Florence. 

The Washington Post which has suspended subscription fees or free article use for all storm related articles on their website, posted an update on Sunday morning, the confirmed death toll by officials is fourteen. On Saturday evening the “North Carolina office of the Medical Examiner,” announced the confirmation of seven storm related deaths.


President Trump’s last tweet on Saturday came at 10:27 p.m. The tweet features what the President calls an “Exclusive” interview with his son Donald Trump Jr., given to Breitbart. 


Sunday 

President started his Sunday morning tweeting @ 10:20 a.m.. The First tweet featured the “illegal Mueller Witch Hunt,” that the President explains is still in “search of a crime.” 

So far as The News Blender reported on Friday, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team has secured plea deals from five members of President Trump’s campaign team:

Rick Gates second in command under Paul Manafort, who stayed on after Manafort was resigned/fired. (New York Times

Michael Flynn national security adviser for the campaign and President-Elect Trump and then-President Trump. (PBS)

George Papadopoulos worked as a foreign policy adviser. (New York Times

Michael Cohen onetime lawyer and self-proclaimed “fixer,” for both President Trump and businessman Trump. (The News Blender)

Paul Manafort former campaign manager for President Trump’s campaign. (The News Blender) who was also convicted by a jury of his peers on bank fraud and tax evasion charges in Alexandria, Virginia. (The News Blender)


At 12:09 President Trump called FEMA, First Responders, and Law Enforcement, “Very Professional.” 


12:25 p.m. found President Trump praising Fox News Sunday Morning show, “Sunday Morning Futures” with host Maria Bartiromo. President Trump thinks this show is “MANDATORY” if we are “to understand the massive governmental corruption and Russian Hoax.” He goes on to plug the show’s rebroadcast for Sunday evening. 


His last tweet prior to this article posting came in the form of a Re-tweet from Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures featuring Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA). The video is four minutes and fourteen seconds long. 

Nunes tells host Maria Bartiromo that he plans to declassify interviews with an estimated seventy people regarding the President Trump and Russian Collusion House Intel Committee’s investigation. 

Top Democrat on the House Intelligence Rep. Adam Schiff (CA) issued a statement via CNN, that stated in part, that he hopes Nunes, “facilitate the transcripts’ release, “immediately,”” 

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