— Jeremy Diamond (@JDiamond1) August 23, 2017
A tweet you can set to repeat. All that's missing is him saying "no one changed how things are done." https://t.co/5NYyqPv71t
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) August 23, 2017
Apart from cheering on the HATERZ & LUZERS, what’s on the agenda for the day?
Nothing so concentrates the journalistic mind as the prospect…
To family/friends who support Trump: what he said last night about reporters was despicable, extremely deceptive, dangerous…
— Jim VandeHei (@JimVandeHei) August 23, 2017
Wait til you you hear what he has said about Latinos, Muslims, women, the disabled. https://t.co/4uw1zY914S
— trifecta (@3fecta) August 23, 2017
The prez repeatedly portrayed the news media as an enemy of the American people. "They don't like our country…" https://t.co/LVeDlRE9vQ
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 23, 2017
Whether POTUS means it or not, I don't know, but this could motivate a crazy. dangerous rhetoric. Sad how few elected officials condemn it https://t.co/9MEJbG2rlC
— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) August 23, 2017
The worse you think Clinton was as a candidate, the more trouble you should think Trump is in right now.
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) August 23, 2017
Tapper to Trump: You're pleasing your base, but your behavior is causing concern among the majority of Americans https://t.co/QAO81lLCne
— CNN (@CNN) August 23, 2017
This is what everybody said during the entire 2016 campaign. Everybody turned out to be wrong. https://t.co/jKzvOxcjHz
— Keith Appell (@keithcrc) August 23, 2017
If we're being technical about it, a majority of Americans ended up voting for someone besides Trump. https://t.co/vT1kdJJfcF
— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) August 23, 2017
More people voted for Clinton than Trump – he won by a distribution error baked into Constitution to preserve slavery.
— (((Nasty Cajsa))) (@Cajsa) August 23, 2017