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White House aides ‘whisk Trump to a golf course’ after Sunday morning Twitter meltdown: report

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White House staffers reportedly attempted to short circuit President Donald Trump’s Sunday morning Twitter tirade by taking him golfing.

In a tweet storm on Sunday, Trump mocked former FBI officials James Comey and Andrew McCabe. And he suggested that he was nervous over so-called “fake memos” that McCabe wrote about interactions with the president. Trump also complained that special counsel Robert Mueller was allegedly refusing to hire Republicans.

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The president said the impetus for at least one of the tweets came from his favorite morning show Fox & Friends.

After Trump fired off three tweets in quick succession, his aides decided to take action, according to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.

“Aides have decided to whisk Trump to a golf course today,” she wrote, later adding: “Feels a bit cold for golf. But fewer TVs there.”


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