White House won't say if Trump has confidence in AG Sessions


The White House even blasts the tweets to other social media platforms, posting graphics of the tweets on Instagram or even celebrating longer tweet storms in videos uploaded to Trump's Facebook page.

President Donald Trump's tweets should be considered official statements, according to Trump's top spokesperson. Chief Judge Roger L. Gregory argued for the majority that discriminatory statements Trump made about Muslims on the campaign trail revealed "his intent, if elected, to ban Muslims from the United States".

The White House on Tuesday defended recent tweets by U.S. President Donald Trump that have raised concern among opponents and allies alike. "It's not policy, it's not an executive order, it's social media".

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Spicer did not provide a specific answer when asked at Tuesday's press briefing if Trump was concerned that his tweets Monday could be used against him in the ongoing legal battle over the travel ban executive order. On Monday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said on Twitter that it might include Trump's tweets about the ban in their Supreme Court argument. Trump repeated the sentiment twice Monday.

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The press secretary's striking refusal to reaffirm the President's confidence in his attorney general came as reports surfaced about the President's lingering frustrations with his attorney general's recusal and a day after Trump took to Twitter to critique his own Justice Department, which is led by Sessions.

"The President is the most effective messenger on his agenda", Spicer said.

Spicer's counterpart Sarah Huckabee Sanders also lamented the media obsession with the tweets and celebrated them as a way for Trump to speak directly and unfiltered to his followers, but regretting that the media obsesses "over every period, dot".

"The same people critiquing his use of it now critiqued it during the election and it turned out pretty well for him then", said Spicer.