But this kicks it up a notch. Squirrel-Hair's tweeting gives us way too full a gaze upon his boorishness.
And it's bad for foreign policy and national security. You don't tweet about policy toward Qatar in the midst of its isolation by a coalition of Arab states. You don't use Twitter to castigate Germany's trade policy or its contribution to NATO.
It's bad for immigration policy. You don't call the pause in immigration from seven select countries known as sewers of jihad a "travel ban," a term your supporters avoided when the proposal was first launched. And then get called out for it and then double down just to strut your defiance chops. You don't use Twitter to tell the Justice Department what it ought to be doing. And you don't tweet "The courts are too slow and political!" when those very courts may someday hear cases related to some initiative of importance to you.
Carly Fiorina has it right:
Anybody covering for this style of public outreach is complicit in something that definitely does not make America great again.