Johnny Manziel wants the world to know he’s turning a new leaf, even reaching out to the leader of the free world in the process.

Manziel has been his biggest critic in the last week or so, admitting he’s acted like a “douche” in the past year, while also telling ESPN he’s sober and looks to continue his career in the NFL.

Manziel even showed up to the AFC Championship at Gillette Stadium on Sunday night (sporting Patriots gear) and appeared to be on his best behavior.

Now, he’s doling out advice to President Donald Trump on his social media behavior.

As a warning, Manziel did so with some admittedly colorful language.

That’s a little bit of self-deprecation at the end there, as Manziel reportedly was going to charge money for selfies at an upcoming event during Super Bowl week in Houston. He shot down that notion as part of his tweet binge last week.

Who knows what’s next for the former Heisman Trophy winner, but if he’s clean and sober, that’s obviously a step in the right direction. As for the president, his approval ratings seem to indicate he probably should be open to advice from just about everyone right about now.

UPDATE (4:10 p.m. ET): It appears Manziel deleted his Twitter account.

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