Trump skeleton to do a live Twitter forum in Saudi Arabia. But really.

Uh, so, okay: This is real. 

President Donald Trump is going to take partial in a live Twitter forum when he visits Saudi Arabia on Friday, according to National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. 

Here’s video from a Tuesday lecture that proves this is some-more than an idea:

So a devise appears to be that immature people in Saudi Arabia will have some kind of discourse with a president, and a youngsters can live-tweet whatever a boss says. 

And now, an incomplete, ongoing list of questions, in no sold order:

– Someone authorized this? 

– Someone with adequate change in a White House woke adult one morning and thought: “What if we get a garland of teenager-ish people to live-tweet a president’s remarks—off a cuff, no less— and then, let’s do that in a primarily Muslim nation during a president’s initial outing outward a U.S.?”

– And then, someone else deliberate that idea, and authorized it? 

– And now, it’s happening? 

– The same week we schooled Trump reportedly suggested personal information to Russian supervision officials only because, and but meaningful where a information came from? 

– Did anyone consider Trump’s accepting among immature people in Saudi Arabia wouldn’t be so great, given Trump’s many adverse remarks about Islam and his really arguably unconstitutional actions opposite Muslims?

– Do folks in a White House consider he won’t get any questions about Islam during all?

– Maybe a questions are pre-screened?

– But Trump veers off-script so most it doesn’t matter if a questions are pre-screened? 

I’m not alone in my confusion.


Your large takeaway: This has been planned, and it’s an tangible thing, and one that’s going to happen.

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