aide calls president 'most masculine person' ever in the White House

'Donald is the most masculine person to ever hold the White House:' aide Hogan Gidley says as he is quizzed on whether losing Twitter is 'emasculating' The campaign's national press secretary Hogan Gidley praised President Donald for his manliness in an interview Monday  'The most masculine person I think to ever hold the White House is the president of the United States,' Gidley told Fox News Channel's Bill Hemmer  Hemmer had asked if the president was feeling 'emasculated' because Twitter locked him out of his account  Gidley floated that -supporting small businesses should flaunt COVID-19 closures to teach Twitter and Facebook, also private companies, a lesson  'If you're going to allow Facebook and Twitter to act the way they're acting, then we're going to open up as well,' Gidley suggested business owners say 

By Nikki Schwab, Senior U.S. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com

Published: 00:45 GMT, 12 January 2021 | Updated: 00:49 GMT, 12 January 2021

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The campaign's national press secretary Hogan Gidley praised President Donald for his manliness during a Fox News Channel interview Monday.  

'The most masculine person I think to ever hold the White House is the president of the United States,' Gidley told Fox's Bill Hemmer. 

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Hemmer had asked Gidley if was feeling 'emasculated' because his Twitter and other social media accounts had been suspended.  

'The most masculine person I think to ever hold the White House is the president of the United States,' President Donald Trump's campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley said Monday on Fox News Channel

'The most masculine person I think to ever hold the White House is the president of the United States,' President Donald 's campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley said Monday on Fox News Channel 

Gidley (right) was asked by Fox's Bill Hemmer if Trump was feeling 'emasculated' because his Twitter and other social media accounts had been suspended. Gidley answered that he 'wouldn't say emasculated' and then complimented the president's manliness

Gidley (right) was asked by Fox's Bill Hemmer if was feeling 'emasculated' because his Twitter and other social media accounts had been suspended. Gidley answered that he 'wouldn't say emasculated' and then complimented the president's manliness 

'Look, I wouldn't say emasculated,' Gidley began. 

After touting 's masculinity, Gidley

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