conversations don't happen, that was my point. he's going off talking at a crowd in the way he would talk to a mate. when he said about 'last night' in a conversation the other person would ask for clarification on that point and he'd then elaborate and explain what he meant. obviously this cant and don't happen in a rally setting. I really don't see the big deal about this having given a reasonable explanation.
I've got far better things to do than watch a foreign nations press conferences in their entirety but have seen some highlights when the British media have drawn certain things to my attention, such as this. I'd read an article and then do my own digging to find out what the issue is as it isn't always apparent from the article. more often than not its presented to me in a way that implies I should be angry or annoyed by it but without providing an explanation for why. I'm still at a loss as to what the problem is/was with the Flynn thing besides him apparently lying to Pence.
similarly with his tweets, when they're brought to my attention i'll have a look. I don't have a twitter account and so don't regularly look on there for him or anyone else.