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Trump tweets 40 times on day 30 of shutdown

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President's feed flooded with notices of support from lawmakers, James Woods and Jacob Wohl's father.


President Donald Trump today calls 30 of the longest government termination in American history and two-year anniversary of his mandate in the oval office with a mammoth 40 posts to his Twitter feed on Sunday.

The President's day on his favored social media platform began as most do – with some boasting about the state of the US economy accompanied by regret over its perceived lack of coverage of news media members. He staggering day, he would cover a number of topics with his tweets and various retweets, even landing in the sports world late at night.

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"Always heard it as president," it's all about the economy! "Now we have one of the best economies in our country's history." Trump wrote online kl. 7:40 "Big GDP, lowest unemployment, companies coming back to the US in BIG numbers, big new trade deals are happening, and more. But little media mention!"

Nineteen minutes later, a warning from the commander on winter conditions appeared. , along with some morning foods for skeptics of climate change. Today's weather included snow in the Midwest, and icy conditions across the Northeast.

"Beware and stay in your house," tweeted the president who remained in the White House all Sunday. "Large parts of the country are suffering from huge amounts of snow and cold weather. Great, how big this system is. It wouldn't be bad to have some of the good old-fashioned global warming right now!"

Next up came today's main focus: The response to Capitol Hill to Trump's Saturday's White House address, where he prepared a potential compromise plan to end the government's interruption.

In return, the president proposed a bill to provide some EUR 5.7 billion for some border security measures and temporary protection for some undocumented immigrants. Democratic leaders in Congress immediately declared the proposal dead on arrival with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who duplicated Trump's overture a "non-starter."

"Nancy Pelosi and some of the Democrats beat my offer yesterday before I even came to speak," Trump complained on Twitter Sunday, in what would be the first of four posts to aim at California Democrat.

The president continued to reject negative characterizations of his suggestion in the hardline immigration media, including conservative commentator Ann Coulter, who tweeted Saturday: "Trump suggests amnesty. We voted for Trump and got Jeb!"

"No, Amnesty is not part of my offer" Trump wrote Sunday and claims that "Amnesty will only be used on a much larger deal."

He added: "Likewise, there will be no major push to remove 11,000,000 plus people who are here illegally – but beware of Nancy!"

The president continued to criticize the house speaks online and scolded Pelosi at 8:35 pm to behave "so irrationally" during the negotiations to reopen the government and accuse her of indulging in more liberal lawmakers in her caucus.

"She is then petrified of" lefties "in her party that she has lost control," Trump tweeted . "And, by the way, clear up the streets of San Francisco, they're obnoxious!"

Trump also told Pelosi via tweet that he "still thought of the Union's speech" that "there are so many options" to deliver the address she asked for, he postpones as long as the federal government is closed.

The President at. 9:03 told his "Hispanics" reconciliation numbers had risen to 50 percent and claimed at. 9.20, despite the interruption, the government still "built and renovated large parts" of its proposed wall along the US-Mexico border

"Building is, after all, what I do best, even when money is not available!" He explained.

The next post to be seen on the presidential timeline was a gratitude [19659014] to the father of right-wing conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl followed by a jab in the media to " Don't give us the credit for the enormous progress we have made with North Korea. " The White House announced Friday that Trump will hold another summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in late February.

Trump at 1:16 pm published a high gloss, about one and a half minute video produced by the White House and aimed to commemorate its two years in the office before launching a series of retweets of prominent conservative praising the President's Saturday address on border security.

In total, Trump traveled 14 announcements of support from GOP lawmakers as well as tweets by Vice President Mike Pence and conservative radio personality Mark Levin.

At 19:48, the president thanked James Woods for a congratulatory actor companion, and two minutes later retweeted a message from his wife, Melania Trump, and wrote: " A really great first lady who doesn't get the credit she deserves! "

The president tweeted a message to the federal workers who were still abandoned due to decommissioning.

"To all the great people who work so hard for your country and not being paid I say THANK YOU – YOU ARE GREAT PATRIOTS!" Trump wrote online . "We must now work together for decades of abuse to finally solve humanitarian, criminal and drug crisis at our border. We will win big!"

After a break of more than two hours, he kicked back to greet NFL New England Patriots by returning to Super Bowl: "Congratulations to Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the entire New England Patriot team on a great game and season. Will be a great Super Bowl!" After defeating the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday tonight, they will meet Los Angeles Rams for two weeks.

He followed it with a retweet of his son, Donald Jr., then one more where he made a pitch for the case of former baseball pitching ace Curt Schilling for the baseball hall of fame. The results of this election are due Tuesday.

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