Tweet All About It: Trump tweets Aspen
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
• “Now we find out that Adam Schiff was spending time together in Aspen with Glenn Simpson of GPS Fusion, who wrote the fake and discredited Dossier, even though Simpson was testifying before Schiff. John Solomon of @thehill” — @realDonaldTrump
• “@RepAdamSchiff It’s now time a full blown #DOJ/#FBI investigation be opened up on YOU-AH! WOW! You have been caught meeting in secret with #GlennSimpson of #GPS in #Aspen. Of course you two criminal thugs just had small talk. REALLY? Let’s put you under an eye #Lie Detector Test!” — @JudyIngram36
• “I never knew this existed in #aspen in #colorado: Jon Barnes and his amazing Ultimate Taxi. Of course I have no #money and can’t #travel so there is a lot I don’t know exists. https://www.ultimatetaxi.com” — @Cassxdy
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• “Many thanks to @amshanson for her incredible commitment to developing the robotics program in the #Aspen schools. Congratulations on a great showing at today’s competition!” — @AspenSkiers
• “@united has completely botched their communication to their customers trying to get home from #aspen with no appropriate compensation. Weather is one thing but failing to inform customers properly is another. Wouldn’t happen with @SouthwestAir” — @TheLongTony
• “@AmericanAir the service you are giving in Aspen while I am watching @Delta & @united flyers fly out on schedule and on time # is just a joke” — @SJO1988
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Wayne Hall took a job as an air traffic controller at the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport in 2003 thinking he would stay for a short time. Instead he stayed for nearly 17 years and was promoted up to the position of air traffic manager. He reflected on the experience upon retirement.