PDT came out with his biggest tweet and possibly the most damaging one yet. Its consequences may land on his lap or on Mr. O’s lap, where ever the actual blame lies.
PDT has accused of Obama tapping his phones at Trump Tower before the election. I hope for his sake he can prove it. If not, it will be a gigantic black eye for the Commander in Chief.
Follows the statement from Kevin Lewis, spokesman for former president Barack Obama
“A cardinal rule of the Obama Administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice. As part of that practice, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any U.S. citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false.”
To start with, that is one of the biggest lies ever told. It is common knowledge the Obama Administration had its fingers in numerous federal investigations. Come on ladies and germs; if you are going to tell a lie, try to make it believable. Where do you want me to start?
On the other side of the coin, I think that President Donald Trump is getting out of control with all of the tweets he sends out. This was not just a run-of-the-mill conversation between Suzy and Sally as to what to wear to the dance tonight.
Twitting was initially intended to be a means of loose or informal communications, not the method of communicating government affairs. I hope that PDT has the evidence to back it up. If not c’est la vie.
There should be specific guidelines as to coming out with accusations such as he is proposing against Obama. An accusation as critical as this can really have dire consequences if it is not true.
I did a post some time ago suggesting that the texting President Donald Trump is letting fly would possibly come back some day to haunt him. The way he sends his texts out by impulse can only lead to accusations and comments that are not thoroughly accurate.
I think PDT should rethink his activities using Twitter as a means to communicate to the American people and the world.
Tweeting sensitive information as this can have dire consequences either way it goes. I say; leave the tweeting up to the teenagers and Tweetie Bird.
I say; leave the tweeting up to the teenagers and Tweetie Bird.