More tweets from the man in the White House, as we see even further erosion of credibility for the "leader of the free world."
After a day or two of seemingly "normal" or "presidential" behavior with his surprising ability to keep it together long enough to read an hour-long speech to Congress without adding his own nasty or head-scratching ad libs, he quickly went back to tweeting strange and unfounded accusations.
Basing inflammatory tweets on reports he sees on super-reliable "news" sources like Breitbart just makes everything else the president says that much less believable. And that's not just in the eyes of Democrats, but also with many in his own party -- Senators and Congressmen who are finally speaking up. Leaders of other nations are also wondering exactly where the U.S. stands on many issues, as they try to interpret the early-morning tweets. The non-committal statements from his press secretary or others in the administration do nothing to clarify or to build credibility.
As I've said before, credibility is one of the most valuable assets an institution, company or individual can have. Squandering that credibility and trust undermines the office of the president and the country he represents. He needs to start listening to some people who know something about public relations and truth and trust.