As a community we're handling these questions just fine IMO, even more so now we have the new custom close reason for speculation but there has been a trend of questions with Trump tweets inside them and they seem to be getting slammed for either speculation or trump translation straight away (sometimes just for containing a tweet).
There also seems to be differing opinions on the matter, Some seem to think because it's a political figure, it's on-topic. I feel we can get good questions of out the premise of a Trump tweet regarding a separate matter raised, I decided to write this as a point of reference as it's only going to keep happening and to avoid users just commenting about the Trump tweet in question but being constructive and asking for further context if needed. We need to understand that some questions using the tweet as a means of context are certainly on topic, but again some aren't.
How can we word it to ask for context instead of "being a Trump translator"?
Blatantly off-topic [and rightly should have been closed]:
Where we should ask for more context, maybe definition of attribution of debt to NATO or evidence of such (one of my own questions, i know :))
Where no context is needed, but the inspiration is based on a trump tweet but can have more context from further citations (again, another one of mine :)).
Are we handling these kind of questions just fine right now (not just the ones above)? or should we have a minimum required references in the question than just tweet(s), even if the tweet is sufficient for the minimum, to keep it consistent?
I think we should have a minimum required citations or point of references in the questions that just contains tweets, not even specifically Trump ones as-long as they're a good contribution to the site.
Note: I'll be weary of this very same thing when asking questions in the future, if the discussion points as such.