Should he win the presidency, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump might not have as much time to tweet anymore, Trump surrogate Dr. Ben Carson predicted Friday.
Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, appeared on Fox News Friday and defended Trump's reactions to current events, such as the disappearance of a flight from Paris to Egypt which is widely believed to be a terrorist attack.
"Probably not to the same degree that you're seeing the tweets and things right now," Carson said, insinuating a President Trump's reaction to a tragedy would be less likely to immediately pop up on social media. "He's going to be too busy, quite frankly, for that."
"He's not gonna have time, you know, to be tweeting about that," Carson added.
The former Republican presidential candidate asserted that Trump would be too wrapped up with matters in Iraq, North Korea and the South China Sea.
"I would expect him to entertain all the different possibilities, and more than likely as president he's going to have a spokesperson, and they're going to be issuing statements," Carson predicted.
(H/T: The Hill)
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