Can the Covfefe Act stop Trump from deleting his tweets?

President Trump’s outrageous tweets pushed Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) to introduce legislation on Monday to classify presidential social media posts as official records that would be illegal to delete. He even named it after one of the president’s recent Twitter gaffes: COVFEFE, aka The Communications Over Various Feeds Electronically for Engagement Act (PDF). I commend Rep. Quigley’s effort (and the clever name for his bill) – one of Trump’s tweets was even quoted by a federal appeals court when it voted to block the administration’s proposed travel ban, and the White House said that the President’s tweets should be regarded…

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