President Trump, Weatherman: Dorian Updates and at Least 122 Tweets
Mr. Trump has been the meteorologist-in-chief, adding constant weather updates to a usual weekend of tweets attacking his enemies and retweeting bits of praise.
"By 8 p.m. Monday, as Dorian churned toward Florida … the president had golfed twice and since Saturday morning pelted the American public with 122 tweets.”
As he has done during other hurricanes, Trump awaited landfall by assuming the role of meteorologist in chief, adding to his routine of attacking enemies, retweeting praise and critiquing the performance of his cable news allies.
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As Dorian approached, Mr. Trump switched into town-crier mode, updating the public on what he had learned — or, what he thought he’d learned — from government officials
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Yep - that is our "Commander-In-Chief" ready to monitor the storm from his golf course. Millions of people evacuated their homes. You golfed. Doubt your #Democrat opponents would have done that. We will find out at the #ClimateForum2020
"Over the long weekend, Trump monitored Hurricane Dorian from a golf cart at his club in Virginia ... and since Saturday morning pelted the American public with 122 tweets." That’s been his most of his presidency to date – golf and tweet.
writes a heckuva lede
Robert G. Kaiser