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Twitter function on display

The opaqueness of President-elect Trump’s views have been a source of speculation and, in some instances, concern; however, this week I managed to discern how Trump’s “beautiful twitter account” may function during his administration.

I studied the cases of Fox news analyst Megyn Kelley and Indiana union boss Chuck Jones. These individuals questioned Trump’s sexual morality and business veracity, and they were publicly challenged by Trump on his “beautiful twitter account,” and then received death threats form shadowy entities.

Dear Trump, be aware, the First Amendment applies to all Americans. No one is above the law.

Paul Grove


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