Everyone knows that Donald Trump loves Twitter.
White House officials, however, have differed on whether or not his tweets constitute official statements.
Kellyanne Conway made fun of reporters on Monday's Today Show for paying too much attention to Trump's tweets and not his actions as President.
However, on Tuesday morning, not even 24 hours later, Sean Spicer basically negated Conway.
Asked during the morning press briefing if Trump's tweets should be considered official White House statements, Spicer responded:
"Well, the President's the President of the United States, so they're considered official statements by the President of the United States."
Twitter couldn't help but notice the contradiction:
White House yesterday: Trump's tweets were not important.— Evan Siegfried (@evansiegfried) June 6, 2017
White House today: Trump's tweets are official statements from the president
Trump doubled down on his love of social media after media outlets started treating his posts as policy, tweeting:
The FAKE MSM is working so hard trying to get me not to use Social Media. They hate that I can get the honest and unfiltered message out.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 6, 2017
So, Spicer's assertion just made things even more confusing for some:
It even had some speculating:
So it looks like that Twitter bot that turns Trump's tweets into official statements already knew something we didn't.