Trump Tweets Incompetence is a Terrible Thing to Watch

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It’s Wednesday.

President Trump is traveling to Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, in the wake of two mass shootings.

Prior to his trip, the President has tweeted 8 times.

According to the New York Times article that was posted on February 13th, 2019, the U.S. and South Korea reached a one-year cost sharing deal, after the five-year-deal, had expired in December.

According to the deal South Korea agreed to pay, 1.04 trillion won, “or $925 million, an increase of $70 million from last year’s $855 million.”

On Monday night, a preview for the New York Times front page for Tuesday was posted to Twitter.

Tom Jolly print editor from the New York Times, shared the revised headline via Twitter.

I’ve asked before, but has there ever been a President more obsessed with the media than President Trump?


Again, he is lamenting his media coverage. Not the tragic events that took place, but his media headlines, following the tragic events.

This is not normal.

As the News Blender reported on July 31st, Federal Reserve Bank chairman Jerome Powell spoke to the media following the Feds vote to lower the benchmark interest rate.

Yahoo Finance reported that early Wednesday the central banks that cut rates are India, New Zealand, and Thailand.

This isn’t the first time the President has attacked the Fed, nor will it be the last as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues.

The Feds are scheduled to meet again in September.

For What It’s Worth.

“is too………proud to admit their mistake…”

Ahead of his visit to Dayton, Ohio, the President spoke with the press.

Asked if his rhetoric has fueled the division in this country the President said, no, he feels like his rhetoric brings people together.

Former Vice President Joe Biden delivered a campaign speech at a community event from Iowa.

Biden’s full speech can be found at CSPAN.

These tweets follow tweets from President Trump social media director, Dan Scavino and Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham.

CNN’s resident President Trump fact-checker Daniel Dale explained via tweet.

The presser is about 15 minutes long. Both the Mayor and Senator did praise President Trump’s hospital visit.


The President is on his way to visit El Paso, Texas, and even as he mentions the victims, and their families, he still makes the situation about him and how is the victim of terrible press.

I said it once in this thread already, I’ll say it again, this is not normal.

The video is clips featuring himself posing with hospital staff, talking to patients, and first responders, for pictures.

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