It was the kind of phrase that would be thrown out the window in a heartbeat if it came up in a conversation about a presidential tweet.
And yet it was used as the shorthand of a media frenzy over Donald Trump’s tweets to the House Intelligence Committee.
The press is so obsessed with Trump, and the president’s tweets, that they have begun to focus on the president and his tweets, even though he is not actually president anymore.
The idea that the press would start calling the president “President Trump” is ludicrous.
It’s the president who is being called president.
The president was not born a president.
It is his office that is the one holding the power of the presidency, and it is not a position that is subject to the whims of the president or any other political entity.
So what about the idea that “President Donald Trump” might be a hoax?
We already know that the White House is not entirely accurate in its depiction of the Trump presidency.
There are no records of a presidential inauguration.
There is no record of a president being impeached.
And the president is not even the president of the United States.
That title belongs to the vice president, who has been in office since January 20, 2009.
We also know that Trump was not elected to the presidency.
He is a former governor of New York, who won the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
His first official act as president was to fire FBI Director James Comey.
We have no records that any president has been impeached, nor have there been any credible allegations of misconduct by any member of Trump’s administration.
The most important thing to remember about the president-elect is that he has not been impeachable.