Donald Trump has always had the Twitter behavior of a 14-year-old reality star, and many are disheartened his social media activity hasn't become more presidential in the weeks following his election win.
Of course, not everyone thinks the Presidential-elect's Twitter tantrums — which often include outlandish, erroneous statements — are a bad thing.
Specifically, outgoing Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus, who defended Trump on Sunday over his recent tweet claiming that "millions" of people had voted illegally for Hillary Clinton during the general election.
Face the Nation host John Dickerson challenged Priebus on the unsubstantiated claim, asking how Trump's Chief of Staff can handle statements "when you know that that's not true."
In response, Priebus said