NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- President Trump has made a bold admission: he does regret some of the tweets he posts.
"Often, too often," the tweeter-in-chief said, when asked by Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy if he ever wakes up and thinks, "I wish I didn't send that one out."
Trump continued, "It used to be in the old days before this, you'd write a letter and you'd say this letter is very big. You put it on your desk and then you go back tomorrow and you say, 'Oh, I'm glad I didn't send it,' right? But we don't do that with Twitter, right? We put it out instantaneously, we feel great, and then you start getting phone calls -- 'Did you really say this?' I say, 'What's wrong with that?' and you find out a lot of things."
Still, Trump said, "There are times when I love it. Too much sometimes, right?"
Tweets are one thing, but the president's retweets have come under even more scrutiny after retweeting QAnon conspiracy theory-supporting accounts and a video where a Trump supporter yells "white power."
He did acknowledge that "it's the retweets" that get him "into trouble" as opposed to his own tweets.
Portnoy pursued the issues, asking, "You've been caught retweeting people, being like, 'Oh, you just retweeted this crazy person,' so you don't even look. You just press retweet and you just fire from the hip."
Trump responded, "You see something that looks good and you don't investigate it and you don't know what's on the helmet exactly, right, which is a miniature and you don't blow it up, it sometimes -- I have found that almost always it's the retweets that get you in trouble."