Forget the teleprompter. If you want to know what President Donald Trump really thinks, turn to Twitter.

And so it was Tuesday, barely a day after lambasting the evils of the Internet and social media, that America’s troller-in-chief was back in his element. Before 8 a.m., he had claimed that Google executives told him that they “didn’t help Crooked Hillary over me in the 2016 election,” and retweeted the usual sycophancy by his favorite news outlet that Trump’s critics were “pushing a racist narrative” in the midst of a campaign season.

Micek is editor-in-chief of The Pennsylvania Capital-Star in Harrisburg.

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