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"Making sure the camera sees all the bills," one person remarked of footage showing the president's offering at a Las Vegas church.
The social media site said it removed Scott Atlas' tweet for violating its policy on sharing misleading information about COVID-19.
The KGB could be trouble in Russia, though, if you're no longer useful to the Kremlin, quips a Twitter critic.
"The downside of being sarcastic parents is you get sarcastic kids."
"Another week?? Right after we JUST had one?? Okay... not sold on all that but I’ll give it a shot I guess."
The White House press secretary singled out Twitter, Big Tech, the media, the swamp, China and the Hollywood elite as Trump administration foes.
"Me: *is allergic to cats* Also me: *rubs face with cat* *boops cat nose* *sleeps right next to cat*"
The president appeared to share a story from The Babylon Bee -- which uses the tagline "Fake News You Can Trust" -- as if it was real.
The events, one on ABC and one on NBC at the same time, couldn't have been more different in tone and substance.
The social media platform said it would label, instead of block, tweets containing potentially hacked materials unless they're directly shared by hackers.