Cause: Cable news segment. Effect: Trump tweets!

President Trump watches a lot of TV. Then he tweets about it.

We know where President Trump gets his news from.
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It's no secret that President Donald Trump is glued to his television. The commander-in-chief reportedly rises before 6 a.m. to turn on news programs, and then resumes watching shows after his presidential duties are done for the day. Trump is not a passive viewer, though; more than occasionally, what he hears sends his fingers flying to Twitter. To wit:

1. Flag burning

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