Director of Special Media for the White House, Mallory Blount, shared images of a powerful interview that took place at the White House today with Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and President Donald J. Trump

Barstool Sports is a wildly popular social media account that appeals mostly to the younger generation. In their interview, President Trump and Portnoy shared their opinions about professional athletes who choose to kneel during the National Anthem.

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Portnoy asked President Trump what he would do to show his displeasure for the country instead of kneeling?

Fox News – “Do you sometimes — because I follow you on Twitter and I know I do this… do you ever tweet out and be like — you wake up and, ‘Aw man, I wish I didn’t send that one out’?” Portnoy asked.

“Often, too often,” Trump responded. “It used to be in the old days before this, you’d write a letter and you’d say this letter is very big. You put it on your desk and then you go back tomorrow and you say, ‘Oh, I’m glad I didn’t send it,’ right? But we don’t do that with Twitter, right? We put it out instantaneously, we feel great, and then you start getting phone calls — ‘Did you really say this?’ I say, ‘What’s wrong with that?’ and you find out a lot of things.”

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Trump then acknowledged that “it’s the retweets” that get him “into trouble” versus the tweets he writes himself.

“You’ve been caught retweeting people, being like, ‘Oh, you just retweeted this crazy person,’ so you don’t even look. You just press retweet and you just fire from the hip,” the Barstool Sports CEO said.

“You see something that looks good and you don’t investigate it and you don’t know what’s on the helmet exactly, right, which is a miniature and you don’t blow it up, and it sometimes — I have found that almost always it’s the retweets that get you in trouble,” Trump said.

Portnoy then mentioned Dr. Anthony Fauci and how he was throwing the first pitch at Thursday’s Nationals game. Trump praised the health expert as a “good basketball player.”

Portnoy acknowledged that Dr. Fauci was on his “x” list because “my stocks tank” whenever the task force member encourages the lockdowns.

“He’d like it to see it closed up for a couple of years, but that’s okay because I’m president, I appreciate your opinion, now give me another opinion, someone please,” Trump responded. “We’re open and we’re doing well. And I just had a press conference about opening the schools. You’ve got to open the schools.”

When President Trump was asked if it’s tougher to deal with China, North Korea or Russia, he responded by saying, the United States is the toughest.

“Somebody said, ‘Who is the toughest to deal with? Is it Russia? Is it China? Could it be North Korea?’ I said, no. The toughest is the United States. It’s the toughest to deal with,” Trump explained. “When you look at what I have to do… I have so many people on the left, call them Democrats, call them whatever you want. And then you look at what they’re doing with cities. Every city is run by a liberal Democrat and they’re going to hell and we have to do something.”

President Trump’s answer will likely delight Democrats and Democratic Party leaders like Speaker Pelosi, loudmouth Maxine Waters, the Commie-Squad, and Pencil-neck Schiff who will feel as though they’ve succeed in terrorizing and distracting President Trump. By falsely accusing him of heinous acts he never committed and tying him up with bogus investigations, Democrat Party leaders have forced President Trump to divide his time between overseeing the greatest economy our nation has ever seen and fighting false allegations.

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