Trump Tweets: Monday’s Open Thread

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It’s Monday.

We’ve made it to March 2nd, 2020. I can’t believe it either, but here we are just a day away from Super Tuesday.

For Monday President Impeached has tweeted 5 times so far.

@ 7:26 a.m. President Impeached announced a meeting.

According to the schedule President Impeached is expected to meet with the coronavirus task force and pharmaceutical executives at 3 p.m. eastern. The meeting is scheduled to last about an hour. Afterward President Impeached will depart D.C., to head to North Carolina where he’ll hold a campaign rally.

Sixteen minutes later…

From April 2012…

Quinnipiac Poll May 7th, 2003.

Quinnipiac Poll 2003.

Bloomberg was Mayor of New York from January 1st, 2002, until December 31st, 2013.

President Impeached moves on 13 minutes later to whine about how badly he’s treated…

CNN a timeline of the coronavirus outbreak.

“Democrats when I closed the Country down to China many weeks ahead of what almost everyone recommended.”

On January 31st, a month after the outbreak was reported in China, the Impeached President’s admin announced that it would deny entry to foreign nationals who had traveled to China. This announcement came a day after the U.S. confirmed it’s first case of person-to-person transmission of the coronavirus.

“Dems were working the Impeachment Hoax.”

President Donald Trump became President Impeached on December 18th, 2019, the first reports of the coronavirus in China surfaced on December 31st, at that time the virus was unknown.

Roughly an hour later President Impeached offered a statement regarding the death of Jack Welch, the former Chairman and CEO of General Electric.

An hour later…

This is President Impeached 17th tweet attacking Jay Powell, Federal Reserve Bank Chair, by name. It’s his 28th tweet regarding the Federal Reserve Bank.

On February 28th, 2020, Powell offered the following statement:

The fundamentals of the U.S. economy remain strong. However, the coronavirus poses evolving risks to economic activity. The Federal Reserve is closely monitoring developments and their implications for the economic outlook. We will use our tools and act as appropriate to support the economy.

Federal Reserve.gov. 02/28/2020.

On Monday following a week of loses the Stock Market is currently trending up hovering around almost 3 percent.

@11:43 a.m. D.C. time…

Goes after Bloomberg again. He’s obsessed.

President Impeached had another slow tweeting weekend, on average at any rate, only tweeting 29 times over Saturday and Sunday with only 10 retweets.

South Carolina Primary.

Saturday.

The New York Times election results for the South Carolina Primary.

Biden 256,111 48.4 percent.
Sanders 105,225 19.9 percent.
Steyer 59,917 11.3 percent.

Pete Buttigieg finished 4th, Elizabeth Warren 5th, and Amy Klobuchar finished 6th.

According to NBC News the current delegate count is as follows.

Sanders *60
Biden *53
Buttigieg 26
Warren 8
Klobuchar 7

To secure the Democratic Nomination a candidate needs 1,991 delegates.

*Google via the AP has Sanders at 58 delegates and Biden at 54 delegates.*

Sunday. (tweet was sent after midnight.)

As the News Blender reported on Sunday, former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg suspended his Presidential Campaign ahead of Super Tuesday.

Businessman Tom Steyer suspended his campaign on Saturday.

Sunday President Impeached dusted off Enemy of the People.

Promoted a restaurant in Arizona…

Pushed a Fox News program.

And concluded his Sunday by quoting Fox News’ Judge Jeanine.


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