A Canary in a Coal Mine

Donald Trump demonstrates his tweeting skills in his office at Trump Tower in New York.

President Trump Tweets Today

Tweet, Tweet, Tweet-tweet, Tweet

OK. I know this has been the point that has bothered both Republicans and Democrats in recent years: a President who sounds off about current events and political personalities without the filter of a PR communications director.

But did you ever think that this might be a good thing? It provides a peek into his erratic thinking and his real concerns of the day. It gives his friends and enemies an advanced warning of what may be coming: ask Jeff Sessions…

Busiest Twitter Times

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President Trump obviously gets up just before 6 am and spends the next few hours telling the world what he thinks. Then he goes into the Oval Office and does his day job, becoming POTUS again. Is that clear enough? A bit like separating “Church and State”.

Mistakes? What Mistakes?

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This screen shot was taken very early on May 30th 2017. The term ‘covfefe’ confused the world, until someone pointed out that he probably intended to type ‘coverage’.

As I said before, his tweets are unfiltered and unedited. Some words are capitalized (“for emphasis”) and ordinary finger slips and misspells remain. To me that is proof that they are from the “@realDonaldTrump” and not a fake meme.

Conclusion

The coal mine known as Washington DC is a toxic environment. The canary in the White House sings his ‘tweet’ song all day (and sometimes all night) long. It is annoyingly entertaining, but very vital for those around him. Even his enemies can clearly hear him.

But, if he stops, look out world!

About cdsmiller17

I am an Astrologer who also writes about world events. My first eBook "At This Point in Time" is available through most on-line book stores. I have now serialized my second book "The Star of Bethlehem" here. And to give my blog pages something lighter, I'm sharing some of my personal photographs, too.
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2 Responses to A Canary in a Coal Mine

  1. John Miller says:

    It’s sobering to consider what you say here, Chris. If he didn’t let out all that hate and venom and frustration in Tweets, where might he direct it?

    Liked by 1 person

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