John Kelly Says He Doesn't Follow President Trump's Tweets

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"We don't. I don't".

Trump is now in the Phillipines after visiting Japan, China, South Korea and Vietnam on a tour of Asia this week. "We know what we're doing". "I'm young. I'm insane, '" Colbert said during his late-night show.

Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general, said he focuses on his job instead of the content on Trump's Twitter account. "I find out about them".

US President Donald Trump has the world on tenterhooks after tweeting a cryptic message vowing to make a "major statement" once he returns from his east Asian tour. "We develop policy in the normal traditional staff way", he said, not based on the president's angry tweets.

Despite some calling it "unpresidential behavior", Trump has defended his Twitter use, claiming it's a way for him to fight back against "fake news".

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Several hours after Donald Trump created an global controversy by calling North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un "short and fat" on Twitter, Trump's Chief of Staff John Kelly said he doesn't allow his aides and staffers to react to the president's tweets. Asked about his response to Trump's tweet implying North Korea leader Kim Jong Un was "short and fat", Kelly noted that he and...

Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have escalated in recent months, with Trump repeatedly referring to the North Korean leader as "Rocket Man".

In the past, Trump has called Kim "little Rocket Man".

In recent days, President Trump has attended a series of economic conferences in Vietnam and the Philippines, arguing trade deals of the future must be more fair and beneficial to the American economy.

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