The president’s clever lies also said that “too often” he wished he hadn’t posted something on his favorite social media platform.President Donald Trump has joked that he could be made Twitter if he leaves office.
“I don’t know if I’ll ever use it again,” Trump told Barstool Sports’ founder Dave Portnoy in an interview released Friday. Portnoy asked Trump what happened to his account “when it was over.”
It is not yet clear how loyal Trump was to the claim, given his long history of lying and misrepresentation. However, Trump relied on his favorite social media site to boost his profile during Barack Obama’s presidency, to use it to continually attack his predecessor and promote a united racist ideology.
As president, Trump has used the account to open up vitriolic attacks on his political enemies, celebrities and anyone who disagrees with him. He also posted white points about whites, Islamophobic inflammatory videos and a host of other offensive insults.
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In another interview, Trump said he was “too often” that he should not have died or rewrote something behind the truth.
“It was a long time ago, you wrote a letter and said, ‘This book is really bad,’ you put it on your desk and come back the next day and say, ‘Oh, I’m glad I didn’t send it, right?'” The president told Portnoy.
“But we don’t do that on Twitter, do we?” he continued. “We put it on at the same time, we feel happy, and you start getting calls, ‘Did you really say that?’ I say, ‘What’s wrong with that?’ ”
Trump said “it’s not the tweets, it’s the things that get you back in trouble” and said he never bothered to scrutinize what he really intended to promote to his 84.1 million followers.
“You see something that looks good but you don’t investigate it, and you don’t look at what you’re wearing a hat in, it’s too small, and you don’t stop it,” he said.
Also, it is unclear how confident Trump was in his confession.