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I've come to suspect that Donald Trump does not write all of his tweets. I think a ghost writer, such as Steven Miller, writes many of Trump's antagonistic tweets and sometimes lawyers written a few.
Trump is likely closely involved, and actually writes some of them. I no longer believe Trump actually types them into into a computer or smartphone.
- Trump is not skilled enough to actually send as many tweets as we read each day, so he has someone else do it for him (ie Steven Miller).
- Deniability. If in future any of his tweets become a legal issue, he can legally claim he didn't actually write most of them. In a court of law, his attorney would argue that presidential tweets are legally the same as WH press releases, where WH staff does all the work on behalf the president, thus Trump can not be held personally liable for what was tweeted while president.
- The tweets sometimes have a very official, well compose, writing style. The tweets are restrained as if the tweet has been written by an attorney or professional political writer.
What I speculate happening a majority of the time, Trump gets pissed off after watching Fox News (or whatever), calls up Steven Miller or whomever does the actual ghost writing, and goes into a rant. The ghost writer then composes the tweets that satisfies trump.
A big factor is deniability. Trump loves to take credit for what works, and blame others for what doesn't. At some future date when it become known that there is a ghost writer involved, it makes it easy for trump to blame the ghost writer for the tweets that become a problem for Trump, and also claim that the tweets were nothing more than WH press releases. Trump: "Don't blame me, I didn't write them"
I am not the only person who reached this conclusion, simply do an internet search on "Trump doesn't write his own tweets" and there are countless articles by others who noticed the tweets appear to be written by people other than Trump