Quiet, everybody. Brian Stelter’s got something to say about the president’s duty to the public:
The president is supposed to be a trusted source of information for the public. That is all.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) October 2, 2019
We might be able to take his righteous indignation a little more seriously if he weren’t, you know, Brian Stelter.
You *do* know you work for CNN, right? https://t.co/cbVC56HEyj
— RBe (@RBPundit) October 2, 2019
So are journalists.
— Dr. Ramirez ?? (@cybr_gk) October 2, 2019
So is the media.
— Michael Shapiro (@mis2127) October 2, 2019
So are you guys…
— TFC3Tweets (@TFC3Tweets) October 2, 2019
so are you yet here we are.
— Brault McMlarmnlanson (@BraultMcMlarmn) October 2, 2019
Ummmm……so are you. But we see how that’s working out.
— MOUNTAINSQUID? (@MountainSquidd) October 2, 2019
So are you and you fail miserably. pic.twitter.com/T3yH6Cs9Lc
— Joe Palmer ?? ✘ (@JoeSPalmer) October 2, 2019
So is the press. That is all.
— Wits McGee (@wits_mcgee) October 2, 2019