On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump did what he does most mornings — take to Twitter to air various grievances. In a set of five tweets, the president alleged that there are double standards against his family, protesters, “fake news,” and the accuracy of polling or lack thereof:
The most noteworthy of the tweets is likely the first one. Besides Hillary Clinton's infamous private email server, it mentions a detail that came out in the cache of emails stolen from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and released by WikiLeaks.
The email showed then-Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile seemingly giving the Clinton campaign questions for a CNN-hosted primary debate in advance. An aide for chief primary rival Bernie Sanders has said that campaign got similar guidance, while CNN and Brazile denied that she ever had the questions in advance.
As for the protests of the LPGA holding its U.S. Open at President's Trump National Bedminster club, NJ.com reports that he likely didn't see most of the protesters because the demonstration was held three miles from the course. The protest was over the LPGA, a women's sports league, using a Trump property in light of his past statements about women.
President Trump watched the U.S. Open from indoors, as he was behind a glass, presumably bulletproof partition.
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