President Trump is putting new meaning to pinning tweets.
Trump jazzed up his Twitter banner on Monday night with one of his tweets denying his ties to Russia. The social media dispatch from 6:40 p.m. was pasted on a jovial photo of the right-wing House posing with their thumbs up in the Oval Office.
Clapper, who retired when Trump took office, told Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-N.C.) that he stood by his March 5 remark that there was no evidence “of collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Graham then asked former acting Attorney General Sally Yates, who was fired in January, if she was aware of any evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with the Kremlin “in improper fashion.”
“And Senator, my answer to that question would require me to reveal classified information,” Yates said. “And so, I — I can’t answer that.”
Trump blasted the hearing during the 10-minute tweetstorm before introducing his new art. A portion of the tweet in Trump’s rushed header image was partially cut off when viewed on desktop but was completely visible when viewed on mobile.