Co-signing a deal is not the only way you can get involved with the president.
But the idea that Trump tweets so much more often than the other two members of the president’s Cabinet is a bit silly.
In fact, Trump’s tweets have gotten so big that the New York Times recently reported they’re now the second most tweeted content in the world.
The New York Post reported that the White House tweets are now the most tweeted thing the President has written since he was sworn in, behind only President Barack Obama’s tweets.
Trump has also been posting at the same time the two major news outlets are covering his administration.
While Trump tweets regularly, the news is also constantly filtered through a massive amount of other content.
In the early days of the Trump administration, White House press secretary Sean Spicer even admitted he was forced to shut down his office’s Twitter account because he was not allowed to tweet at all.
The president’s tweet stream is, of course, a lot more limited than his Cabinet members.
The White House and the Department of Homeland Security, which are run by the same administration, are all part of the same department.
In addition, the White the Cabinet members are mostly all white men, which makes it difficult to discern who is responsible for what.
As a result, it is difficult to know who is tweeting about Trump.
As of the end of March, Trump was tweeting at a rate of roughly one tweet per minute.
The tweets are not limited to just Trump, however.
He is also tweeting about things he knows are going to be trending, like the NFL game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.
The first tweet Trump posted about the game on Tuesday was about the fact that it was the first game of the 2017 season.
The second tweet he tweeted was about how much he wanted to watch the game.
This means Trump is tweeting a lot about the NFL.
But there are also a lot of other things that he is tweeting.
The tweet that got him banned from Twitter for the first time was about a woman he had been dating for two years.
The last tweet that he tweeted about was about his daughter, who was born on July 24.
The only tweet he sent about Trump was about an upcoming interview with Fox News.
It is also unclear whether Trump has tweeted about anything else.
Trump’s public statements are also not always consistent with what he has been tweeting about in the past.
When he was asked by The Hill if he had tweeted about the murder of Mike Brown, a black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, during the 2016 protests, Trump replied, “No, I haven’t.”
He also said he would like to see a “big, beautiful wall” built along the U.S.-Mexico border.
He later tweeted that he would “love” to see that wall built, and he tweeted a picture of the wall along the Rio Grande.
The most recent tweet Trump sent about the death of Freddie Gray, who died after being arrested while in police custody, was on July 20.
The death of a teenager in Baltimore on July 12 was also tweeted about on July 21.
And, on July 22, Trump tweeted about his wife, Melania, and his daughter Ivanka’s birthday, a day before his wife Melania had a daughter.
As the New Yorker reported, Trump has been using social media for a while now, and while he is not known for his accuracy or consistency, it appears he is still using it for a number of reasons.
First, social media can give the president an opportunity to share whatever he wants.
That can be a good thing because it allows him to get his message out to as many people as possible.
Second, Trump is known for not being able to take criticism.
When it comes to the president, his tweets are often seen as a form of bullying and intimidation.
A tweet from his daughter might be seen as criticism of the media, which could result in a ban from Twitter, or at the very least, losing his access to the social media platform.
If Trump were to tweet something that he thinks is untrue, or an opinion he disagrees with, that could cause him to be blocked from the platform.
A ban on the president from Twitter is not something Trump is likely to ever see, because the site is so large that he could never actually be banned.
That is, until he actually gets banned.