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The Real Donald Trump Versus Twitter

The Real Donald Trump is angry with Twitter and other social media. Will he trump this or will he falter? I was reading an analysis about President Donald Trump’s executive order targeting social media platforms.

The analyst, BBC’s Anthony Zurcher believes that the executive order may not affect social media until way after the November presidential election.

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He says this is because of possible legal challenges, administrative reviews and the other processes of regulatory promulgation.

Zurcher thinks Trump already knows this but might be trying to send a coded message to Twitter.

A chilling message that he has deep resources to make life very difficult for the social media platform if they form a habit of censuring his tweets before the election.

Twitter, Trump’s Critical Lifeline

Twitter is the most critical media lifeline of the President. Breitbart News and its former chairman Steve Bannon don’t seem as hot for Trump as they were in 2016.

And conservative aggregator Matt Drudge of the influential Drudge Report has been publishing lots of critical headlines about the Trump administration lately.

But one platform Trump has always felt near absolute control over is his Twitter account, his direct route to communicating with almost 100 million Americans with his own fingers.

Now, even that channel seems to be having potential road-blocks as November approaches.

So, Trump feels if he doesn’t act now to protect that lifeline, he could be effectively shut out from communicating directly with his base.

He wants to deter Twitter from thinking of banning or suspending his account, as many of his opponents have requested.


President Trump Welcomes Healthcare Warriors To White House (Photo)

In the age of coronavirus, countries have to consider healthcare workers as part of their defence forces. This is in addition to the regular armed forces – Army, Navy, Air Force, etc.

Whether coronavirus is a biological virus that emerged from a bat or whether it is a biological weapon planted to make China look bad, it is what it is, a powerful army that nuclear bombs are useless against.

Today, US President, Donald Trump hosted some healthcare warriors on the occasion of the US Nursing Day.

We call on the countries and Peoples of the world to join hands in appreciating healthworkers.

These people are working tirelessly these days, and it isn’t easy at all.

Health workers, keep up the great job of trying your best to save humanity.


Tom Tiffany Will Help Me DRAIN THE SWAMP! – Trump

President Trump has endorsed conservative Tom Tiffany who is running to represent Wisconsin in Congress. In a series of tweets he touted the small business credentials of Mr Tiffany.

Trump wrote:


Trump’s Mar-a-Lago: His Winter Palace

President Trump’s mansion Mar-a-Lago has been called his Southern White House (It’s in Florida). Trump himself has called it his Winter White House, perhaps to be more like the Russian emperors who used to live in winter palaces.

Closer to home, Mar-a-Lago is Trump’s equivalent of the Bush dynasty’s Kennebunkport compound and the Kennedy dynasty’s Hyannis Port compound.

Like these other private presidential residences, it’s a rival to Camp David, the official presidential retreat for US presidents.

‘Accidental’ Prominence

Mar-a-Lago was never meant to play the outsized role it is playing today. When Trump was about to enter the White House, people thought the role of unofficial Camp David would be played by Trump Tower, New York.

Trump was so in love with his New York tower that would during the 2016 election season, he would copter back to it each evening after campaign visits outside New York. He’d do that, rather than lodge in a local hotel for the night.

But after he became president, he had his blow-up quarrels with the New York Times, New York City, New York State and the Clintons.

And all of a sudden, Trump’s love affair with New York faded. His Art Of The Deal days when he could never stop talking of anything New York came to a screeching halt.

That was how the crown was passed to Mar-a-Lago. Since then, Mar-a-Lago has become Trump’s alternate Camp David, hosting Heads of State and Government. World leaders like Japan’s Shinzo Abe, Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro and China’s Xi Jinping have been honoured guests at the property.

Some interesting facts about Mar-a-Lago:

  1. It isn’t just a house. It is also a historical landmark in Palm Beach, South Florida. Can you beat that. That’s a bit like having a World Heritage Site as your private home.
  2. It has 126-rooms, much like a royal palace. Fitting when you consider that before Trump became President, he used to call himself the closest thing to American royalty.
  3. The mansion has its own club, the Mar-a-Lago Club. This members-only club has guest rooms, a spa, and other hotel-style amenities.
  4. Its original owner, Majorie Merriweather Post bequeathed it to the National Park Service at her death. She expected that it would be used for state visits or as a sort of Winter White House. But, due to the huge costs of securing the 62,500-square-foot (5,810 m2) property, located in the flight path of Palm Beach Airport, it was returned to the Post Foundation by an Act of Congress in 1981. [Imagine that!?] It would be 36 years after this, under the ownership of its current owner, President Trump that Mar-a-Lago would fulfill its long-delayed destiny, hosting Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe.

Possible Legacy

Today, Russia’s former imperial Winter Palace hosts the Hermitage Museum. Possibly, after the Trump presidency, Mar-a-Lago could be crowned with a similar legacy, hosting The Donald J Trump Presidential Library.

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Coronavirus: Protesters Pile Up Body Bags In Front Of Trump’s Hotel

Protesters who for one reason or the other do not agree with the way President Trump has been handling the coronavirus issue, have resorted to placing body bags in front of his hotel. It is not known what is inside he body bags.

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