I was really hoping to see a more active Twitter account for @CNNLive and this is how it looked, but it’s been a little quiet.
CNN is not only live-streaming the coverage of the White House, but also the White Houses press briefing, but the two are also streaming live-blogging sessions and special events.
The White House is now live-blaring the press briefing as well.
The tweets from President Trump have been going out via his account @realDonaldTrump.
Here are the tweets that are currently going out, as of this writing: President Trump says he has an opportunity to “win” a third term.
I love the #AmericaFirst slogan that the #Cnn is using to describe the way we should treat our fellow citizens.
This is what we do for you.
#CNNLive: Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 13, 2020The president says that he wants to win another term, even if it means taking on the “globalists” in Congress.
The president also says he wants “to make America great again.”
The president has a special moment to share.
I think we should do it in person, because it will be much better for our country.
He is going to say this to the people of Ohio.
Trump says he will “win it” by “winning the border” and by “making America great.”
President Donald Trump says that the WhiteHouse is doing a great job covering the Trump presidency.
He is also calling for the establishment of an independent Commission to review and “prosecute” the Clintons.
The President says he is “very happy” that the “world is watching” the events unfolding.
We are seeing the greatest election in American history.
A few moments ago, President Trump announced the date of his second inauguration.
President @realDonaldTrump is making his second trip to Ohio this morning to attend the official swearing in of the new @POTUS.
Today marks the start of the #POTUS2Day event.
We are honored to be here to mark this momentous day with you.
pic.twitter.com/5u8cJlZQmF – White House (@WhiteHouse) March 12, 2020President Donald J. Trump, President Joe Biden, Vice President Joe R. Biden, First Lady Michelle R. Rhee, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary David M. Kusher, Secretary Elaine Chao, Secretary for Health and Human Services Tom Price, Secretary Tom Price & @VP Joe Biden join @PenceForPresident for the inaugural #Pence2Day pic.://t.co/7e1lkTJxN8 – CNN (@CNN) March 14, 2020Pence signs the first inaugural proclamation on Capitol Hill.
President Donald J.
“Trump is making the first inauguration proclamation today.
He has the authority to remove the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, which the president said would be his “ultimate marker of our history.”
Trump also signed the first executive order on the day of the inauguration, which calls for a review of federal laws related to race relations and the role of women in the military.
Pence says the first 100 days of his presidency are the most productive of his entire life.
I’ve always said, the first 10 days of my presidency have been the most fulfilling.
And it will not stop now.
The first 100-days of @PENCE2day is our first 100 day.
The @PENTAGRAM office has been buzzing with excitement.
#PENCE – WhiteHouse (@Whitehouse) March 16, 2020I’m proud to be the first Vice President to ever be sworn in as President of the United States.
I am honored to join the President of our great country on this historic day.
– President @realDonaldTrump (@realDonaldTrump), March 17, 2020Here are a few tweets from the White house in response to the inauguration:Trump is taking to Twitter to announce his second inaugural proclamation.
President @DonaldJTrump is the first VP to ever take the oath of office.
He will be sworn-in by Vice President Mike Pence at 12:45pm ET.
The White House says that Pence is officially the “Presidents first-ever Vice President” and the first president to ever “be sworn in by a Vice President.”
Pence is also the first person in history to be sworn into office by the First Lady, Melania Trump.
Congratulations @VicePresidentPence on becoming the first President in history.
The American people have spoken and they have delivered the highest praise and appreciation to @realDonaldTrump on the National Mall.
#PresidentPENCE #PresidentTrump – Whitehouse (@White House) March 17 and February 8, 2020Inauguration Day will also mark the first day of a new administration in the Whitehouse.