Aides admit Trump is rattled by the size and anger of protests outside the White House and around the nation and expressed fear about his safety.
Trump depends on Twitter to pass along his lies and baseless innuendos and the social media giant lets him get away with it. Flagging a lie still lets the falsehoods remain out there on the internet and, to make matters worse, the White House uses its Twitter account to repeat them.
America needed a president who understood the anger that fed unrest around the country, but he turned to tweets to inflame the passions that brought more violence. He encouraged more violence with anger, racism, and division.
While many Republicans aren’t choosing to condemn Trump, most are sitting on their hands and saying nothing. They don’t want to talk about this latest case of verbal diarrhea from their bombastic party leader.
“What has limited Trump previously? Not very much. So I think he will do whatever seems to be in his best interest at any particular moment.”
Biden has blamed Trump for inaction and denial in the face of the outbreak that he said drove the American death toll needlessly higher.