John Bolton made a dramatic return to Twitter on Friday with a theatrically mysterious post telling followers to “stay tuned” for an unspecified “backstory.” His account has been silent since he left the White House in September.
According to the New York Times, top White House officials have considered asking Twitter to put a 15-minute delay on Trump's tweets.
Let that sink in for a minute.
The people closest to the most powerful person in the country think his brain requires a child safety lock.
To recap, in the past 48 hours, Trump has pushed us to the brink of a government shutdown, had his Secretary of Defense resign, and abruptly changed the direction of our Syria policy via Twitter, without consulting his aides or cabinet.
This is a White House in chaos.
The #ElPaso shooter wrote a manifesto that talked about his hatred for Hispanics. So when you ask “where was he radicalized”, look no further than the words coming out of the mouth (and cesspool of a twitter feed) of the current occupant of the White House.
Trump has been very active on Twitter, but he has not been seen in public since Friday, before the government shut down. The White House just called a travel photo lid, meaning the president likely won’t be seen until Monday at the earliest.
White House aides say time on the golf course -- especially in Bedminster, with its lush, rolling hills -- helps Trump clear his head after a busy week as president. Check his Twitter to see what he's thinking right now, after two days of R&R.
Since the Cohen raid a few months ago, the president's personal Twitter feed is delivering little actual information or even White House messaging and has become a rapid response operation against Mueller, interspersed with false claims about his own policies.