“The president is expected to be tweeting on Thursday in response to Comey,” the Washington Post’s Robert Costa reported on Tuesday.
The Washington Post‘s Robert Costa is reporting that President Trump will be live tweeting former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony on Thursday.
MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson asked Costa what the White House plan is to counter Comey’s testimony on Thursday.
It had previously been reported that the Trump administration would be setting up a war room to deal with the Russia investigation, but now it seems as though Trump as nixed those plans.
“I was just talking to some White House officials this morning, and their view is that the president himself wants to be the messenger. His own warrior, his own lawyer, his own spokesman,” Costa said.
“The president is expected to be tweeting on Thursday in response to Comey,” Costa concluded. “Not to stay quiet during the testimony because he himself wants to be the one driving the process.”
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