With Election Day being tomorrow, Obama made one final effort to prove how unqualified Donald Trump is for the presidency.
"I can't confirm it's true".
What's certain is that in the last two weeks, Tweets have been polite and focused on the campaign - and not anything like the Trump "classics" below...
"Taking away Twitter turned out to be an essential move by his press team, which deprived him of a previously unfiltered channel for his aggressions", it added.
On Thursday, as his plane idled on the tarmac in Miami, Mr. Trump spotted outside his window.
U.S. President Barack Obama poked fun at reports Donald Trump had his Twitter privileges taken away over the weekend, saying "if somebody can't handle a Twitter account, they can't handle the nuclear codes". " 'Why is he campaigning instead of creating jobs and fixing Obamacare?' Mr. Trump said". Trump was able to use his massive reach on social media to get his message out cheaply and effectively.
"No!" shout the masses.
During the Orlando nightclub shooting, Trump again got an avalanche of criticisms when he tweeted, "Appreciate the Congrats", in response that he was right that Muslims were largely responsible for terrorism on American soil.
There is a good reason for that shift: the candidate no longer controls his own Twitter account.
Multiple people handle the account, but it seems that the tweets coming directly from Trump himself can be identified as coming from his Samsung Galaxy smartphone, which are tagged as originating from Twitter for Android. In one instance, he drew controversy by tweeting heavily about Clinton and a former Miss Universe after the first debate.
On Saturday morning, Trump tweeted, "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" Tweets sent over the last five days are predominantly upbeat praise for the crowds at Trump rallies, links to Trump-skewing news, and announcements of upcoming events. "If you disrespect the Constitution when you're running for president, then you are even more likely to disrespect it even when you swear to uphold that Constitution".