White House: Trump's tweets are 'official statements'

White House: Trump's tweets are 'official statements'

White House: Trump's tweets are 'official statements'

The parody account started posting this Sunday night and already has more than 83,000 followers.

"People, the lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want, but I am calling it what we need and what it is, a TRAVEL BAN!".

Since then, it has grabbed 12 tweets including one in which he criticised London Mayor Sadiq Khan and took one of his statements out of context.

Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told the Times that Trump's tweets may have been voicing an institutional concern, rather than a personal issue with the attorney general.

SPICER: Well, the president is the president of the United States, so they're considered official statements by the president of the United States.

Republican leaders in Congress and even White House aides have long sought to downplay the president's Twitter musings, but that is becoming more hard as Trump on Twitter seems to be the most authentic version of the president Americans have access to.

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The bot checks Trump's account every five minutes before putting them on official-looking White House letterhead and posting the statement to social media.

Earlier, Spicer also defended the content of Trump's messages on Twitter, pointing out their effectiveness during the 2016 campaign.

Moments later, a question was asked whether the tweets are an official White House document. He said oneof Cunnane's followers tagged Neiss and asked if he could automate it. Neiss said "as soon as my kids go down for a nap or to sleep I can handle that". "They hate that I can get the honest and unfiltered message out".

Real Press Sec.is one of many Twitter bots Neiss has coded to make some sort of political or social commentary. "His tweets can move markets, his tweets can create political issues both at home and overseas", Neiss tells Riverfront Times.

The @Stl_Manifest Twitter account came after Trump signed the controversial travel ban barring travellers from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the USA, suspending the entire U.S. refugee programme and banning refugees fleeing the war in Syria from entering.

"I think it's been great for him on the electoral side. These are presidential things at their core, and they should be treated as such".

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