BILLINGS, N.Y. — Donald Trump has gotten in the way and been a little bit a genius in getting himself out of a lot of the President’s tweets, a White House official said Thursday.
Trump was on his way to an afternoon press conference on his trip to China and Russia, when he got a message from the President to stop tweeting.
The President wanted to speak with reporters at the White House, and was in the process of saying hello to some reporters when the President interrupted him, the official said.
“He’s the one who said, ‘Hey, you can’t stop me from speaking, you need to stop me.
You need to shut me up,'” the official added.
The President didn’t stop tweeting, and the reporters in the press conference continued.
When the President finished, the press was stunned.
It was a completely new level.
Trump was not a normal person, he was a bully.
It wasn’t that he wasn’t angry or frustrated or anything, but when the press started asking questions and the President was just trying to make sure everyone was quiet, and I think that was the most important thing to do, I think he was in a good mood, he’s in a great mood.
It was a good moment for the President, it was a great moment for his staff, but I’m sure he has to have his staff and his staffs out of it.
It’s a very, very dangerous situation.
It was an interesting moment because you look at his tweets, I guess they were the most-tweeted thing in the world.
But I don’t think there’s anyone in this room who would call his tweets a lot more interesting than Joe Biden.
I think you would call them the most interesting thing in all of politics.
I’m not sure if it’s going to be a distraction for him.
I don ‘t know.
I really don’t.
But we’re in a very different world now, and he ‘s doing very well.
I think it was just a great example of how far President Biden has come and how much we have accomplished in terms of his ability to take a president’s words at face value and to turn them into policy.
That’s not going to happen again.
It just might be something we ‘re going to have to get used to.