With Donald Trump set to have a great day during tomorrow’s 5 GOP primaries, the Republican frontrunner has already signaled he plans to act more presidential.
The Donald just announced that when he wins the presidency in November he won’t tweet anymore. Trump has gotten into trouble multiple times on Twitter, so this announcement could reflect a new shift in tactics as he closes in on the nomination.
When it comes to being a more “presidential” president, apparently tweeting is out for Donald Trump.
Riffing on his latest attacks on Ted Cruz and John Kasich for “colluding” against him in a last-ditch bid to deny him the necessary number of delegates to secure the nomination and force a contested convention, Trump regaled his Warwick, Rhode Island, audience with a reference to his morning Twitter activities.
“You know, I tweeted today, @realDonaldTrump. I tweet,” Trump said.
He added, “Don’t worry, I’ll give it up after I’m president. We won’t tweet anymore. I don’t know. Not presidential.”
The remark comes days after wife Melania remarked that she wished her husband would tone down his Twitter habit.
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