President Donald Trump said Tuesday he regrets some of his retweets, but not necessarily his original tweets.
George Conway's other Memorial Day retweets included comments on the holiday that were much humbler than Trump's, including those by his predecessors Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.
In 2016, Trump called the federal judge a "hater" and suggested Gonzalo Curiel could not be impartial because of his Mexican heritage.
There's no universally accepted definition of the word by which we might say once and for all why someone is either a genius or not.
President Trump says he's "like, really smart," but he communicates at the lowest grade level of the last 15 presidents.
Trump gave Kim recognition for his weapons, a Russian senator has said.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators challenged those protesting Iran's government, which told Trump to stay out of its affairs.
"For all the bad news that seemed to dominate our collective consciousness, there are countless stories from this year that remind us what's best about America," Obama said in his tweet.
A new poll revealed that just 26 percent of people think President Trump's use of Twitter is appropriate, which is still lower than his 35 percent approval rating.
Trump tried to buy the Bills in 2014.
The North Korean leader personally threatened to "tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire."
More than 75 percent of people said they would like the president to continue with his social media use.
Trump has commented frequently on the 13-year veteran's past trades.
Through his tweets and rallies, the Republican presidential candidate has spun a fiction that is compelling to millions.