Sen. Kennedy Compares Trump's Judicial Tweets To Singing ‘Honky Tonk Woman' In Church
Added 02-16-20 02:16:01pm EST - “Republican Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy said Sunday President Donald Trump has a right to tweet his opinion of judicial decisions ?" but shouldn't always do so.” - Dailycaller.com
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Republican Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy said Sunday President Donald Trump has a right to tweet his opinion about judicial decisions — but that doesn’t mean he always should.
“Does the president have a right to tweet about a case? Of course. Just because you can sing doesn’t mean you should. You can have a voice like Mick Jagger, but you wouldn’t want to start belting out ‘Honky Tonk Woman’ in church,” Kennedy explained on CBS News’ “Face the Nation.”
Trump clearly bothered Attorney General William Barr with his comments on the recommended jail time for former presidential advisor Roger Stone. (RELATED: John Kennedy Says James Comey ‘Ought To Hide His Head In A Bag’ After IG Report)
Barr had said in an ABC interview that it was “time to stop the tweeting about Department of Justice criminal cases,” because the president doing so makes his job “impossible.” Barr’s words were widely perceived as a stunning dressing-down of Trump’s habit of offering his opinion of legal decisions on Twitter.
Trump said he “wasn’t bothered” by Barr’s remarks, according to White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham.
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