How to read the tweets of Donald Trump and his advisers — and how to read their responses
Donald Trump’s Twitter feed has been filled with tweets from his advisers over the last few days.
The president has retweeted dozens of tweets from White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway, as well as former Vice President Joe Biden and a slew of other senior advisers.
Here’s a look at some of the tweets, from the president’s feed as of today: 1.
Trump: “Thank you to all of the wonderful people who have shown up for the inauguration!”
Conway: “This is the greatest show on Earth.
I don’t think there’s ever been a better time to be president than now.”
Trump says “this is the most amazing day of my life.”
Conway: “@realDonaldTrump: “I’m really happy and I’m grateful to all the wonderful folks who have showed up.
Conway says Trump will be speaking to the United Nations General Assembly on Monday: “He’ll be speaking in New York City at the United Nation’s General Assembly next week.
He’s a very well-respected figure in the world.
Conway tweets a photo of the new president and his staff: “It was an honor and privilege to serve President Trump at his inauguration.
I look forward to working with him as he seeks to improve our country and unite the country.
Conway and Pence tweeted the same tweet on Thursday morning: “The first family is now officially in the White House.
Enjoy the great presidency.
Conway tweeted that the United States is now “one nation under the rule of law.”
Conway says, “We have the most secure government on Earth.”
Conway: The president said that his inaugural crowd was bigger than Obama’s, which is true.
Conway said she is “very proud” of the “peaceful transition” of power from Barack Obama to Donald Trump.
Conway added, “The country and the world are moving forward very quickly.”
Conway, along with Vice President Mike Pence, tweeted the President’s speech on Friday.
Conway was also the first woman to speak at the event.
Conway retweeted a tweet from the @WhiteHouse that said “The White House is pleased to announce that Kellyann [Conway] will be joining @VP @JoeBiden for the #PresidentBidenHolidays.
I am honored to join the Vice President on the occasion.
Conway told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday, “It’s a really great day.”
Conway called her boss “one of the greatest leaders” she has ever met.
Conway had a few thoughts on the inauguration: “In my lifetime, I’ve never seen a president come in and take such pride in his country, in his people.
It’s a moment that I am so proud to have been a part of.
Conway praised Biden for “doing an incredible job as president of the United State.”
Conway thanked Biden for the “great speech that he gave last night.”
Conway congratulated Pence for his “great performance.”
Conway is very proud of her role as Vice President.
Conway sent out a tweet on Friday morning, saying that she was in “a position of great honor and responsibility” to be “one person who is taking care of the people.”
Conway also tweeted out the hashtag #FirstInaugural, which means “The People.”
Conway took to Twitter to say that she would be at the inauguration, “as an advisor to @VP, with @VP Pence, to ensure the people of the nation have the very best experience that they deserve.”
Conway wrote that she and Pence will be “very grateful” to the president for “the opportunity to work with him to make this country great again.”
Conway responded to a tweet asking her followers if they would “love to watch this live.”
Conway did not immediately respond to a question about whether she would support Biden in 2020.
Conway didn’t mention Biden by name in her tweet, which has since been deleted.
Conway’s comments on the First Inaugural included the hashtag “love #Firstinaugural,” which has become a hashtag for many of the protesters who took to the streets of Washington to protest Trump’s inauguration.
Conway later tweeted that “love is my new weapon.”
Conway made a reference to her mother’s military service, calling it “a great honor.”
Conway noted that the president was sworn in by the vice president and first lady on Friday, “a historic moment.”
Conway used the hashtag “#FirstInTheHouse” to celebrate the event on Friday afternoon.
Conway referred to Biden as the “king of America.”
Conway mentioned her husband’s “very big heart” and said that she is very grateful to him for “being the first vice president in history to have a heart as big as his.”
Conway compared Biden to Abraham Lincoln