“For those wondering, I slept well even tho I stayed up late watching the #msstate upset of UConn. Don’t feel sleepy at all though,” he tweeted at a.m.Three hours later, the President boosted his campaign for an Obamacare replacement with a pair of tweets that bashed a favorite media punching bag – as well as the Congressional Republicans who refused to get on board with his health-care bill last week.
The tweets fixed on the fact that an increasing number of counties are unable to attract any insurance companies to any subsidized plans on the state or federal health-insurance exchanges.President Trump on Saturday swiped at NBC News personality Chuck Todd over his opinions on White House’s possible ties to Russia. Todd, the host of Meet the Press, said on MSNBC Friday that Trump seemed to be on the verge of a “temporary lame duck presidency.” “The Russia cloud darkens all the time,” Todd said, adding that Trump’s problems are self-inflicted and that he is not feared by his fellow Republicans.“When will Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd and @NBCNews start talking about the Obama SURVEILLANCE SCANDAL and stop with the Fake Trump/Russia story? “It is the same Fake News Media that said there is ‘no path to victory for Trump’ that is now pushing the phony Russia story. Apparently in reaction to Trump’s “Sleepy Eyes” taunt, Todd tweeted on Saturday morning that he feels wide awake.This past month, MTP topped ABC's "This Week" by 21 percent ( 608,000) in total viewers.In the demo most valued by news advertisers, MTP beat ABC by 38 percent ( 292,000) and CBS' "Face the Nation" by 24 percent ( 208,000) - continuing to be the sole Sunday show to deliver more than one million demo viewers.