The President of the United States will get his doctorate in education from the U.S. Department of Education on May 10, according to a tweet from Ben Shapiro.
Trump’s tweet, which was posted by his official account, was a response to President Barack Obama’s recent comments about the need to raise the bar for graduate education, saying, “President Obama said the only way to raise standards for graduate students is to make higher education available to everyone.
But if you think that means that we’re going to let anyone walk into a university and start a career, you’re wrong.”
The tweet was met with outrage from critics who criticized the President for not going through the formal process required for getting a Ph, which is often referred to as an advanced degree.
Shapiro wrote on Twitter that the tweet was “a reminder to every President and every teacher that if you want to get a PhD, you have to go through the process to get it, not because it’s a secret but because it will be a lifetime commitment.”
Trump’s tweets have garnered nearly 4 million retweets and nearly 4,000 likes.
Shapiro’s tweet drew praise from his own supporters.
“Congratulations @BenShapiro, a brilliant person who knows the value of education, but doesn’t get caught up in a PR battle,” one user tweeted.
“He’s taking the hard path to a PhD, which would be an amazing achievement for our students.”
The President’s tweet came as the Department of Labor, in a letter to colleges, schools, and universities, asked for more information about how to determine whether or not students would be able to pursue their doctoral degrees in fields like medicine, nursing, or health science.
The Department of Justice also urged colleges to ensure that students who receive an advanced education are prepared for work that requires a Ph or other higher degree.
Trump did not say whether or when he would receive his doctorates, but the tweet seemed to indicate that he would have received them soon after taking office.
A spokesperson for the President did not immediately respond to The Hill’s request for comment.
A former student of Shapiro’s said she believes the President will be receiving his Ph.
“I think the President is a smart man and he has his reasons for it,” the former student, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of retribution, told The Hill.
“But I believe he will have a Ph D within a year, at the very least.”
The student also said the President’s tweets are “a big deal.”
“He is very smart, and the President of The United States is smart, so this is big,” the student said.
Shapiro has also previously said he plans to teach a “big” Ph. d. in health science at Johns Hopkins University.
The University of Chicago Law School, which has a track record of making graduates of elite universities eligible for federal student loans, issued a statement in response to the tweet.
“We appreciate President Trump’s strong support for our graduate students and support of their efforts to prepare them for a career in law enforcement,” the statement said.
“The President’s strong advocacy for student loan debt relief has been a major driver of our graduates obtaining law degrees and continues to be a key focus for the school and its partners.
We believe that all graduates should have access to the legal system as they prepare for their career, and we encourage them to be vigilant as they seek employment in the legal profession.”
Shapiro’s tweets came as he was taking questions from reporters about his upcoming trip to the U, a trip that has been criticized by many Democrats for having little chance of making the list of top priorities of the President.
Trump will arrive in the city for a two-day visit to Chicago on May 8 and 9.
During the visit, the President plans to visit the former Chicago police headquarters where he was sworn in, the National Archives and Records Administration, and former Mayor Richard M. Daley’s home, according the White House.
The trip also includes visits to former President Bill Clinton’s White House, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, and Lincoln Memorial Park.
“It’s a big deal, it’s one of the biggest events I’ve ever been to in Chicago,” Trump said during his visit to the former White House grounds.
“And I think we have a tremendous chance of bringing a lot of good people to Chicago and really having a great day, having a good time.”
Shapiro, who is also a contributor to Fox News, said the visit will be the first trip he’s made as President to the city of Chicago since taking office in January.
“So I’m going to make it one of those big days,” Shapiro told Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
“They’re very well known in Chicago, but it’s still a big city.
They have a lot to offer.
And so I’m really excited.”
Shapiro is one of a number of prominent conservatives who