President Trump says he won't stop tweeting

Paterniano Del Favero
Agosto 1, 2017

Here are some of his go-to attacks. But apparently Trump will keep tweeting.

President Donald Trump may be trying for a reset in the West Wing, but he is making clear that he is not changing his twitter habit. "Only way for me to get the truth out!"

Trump has used Twitter for a wide range of purposes, including announcing new policy, as he did last week when he ordered that transgender people would not be allowed to serve in the military in any capacity.

Contrary to Trump's contention, however, major US news outlets, which he frequently derides as "fake news", have not asked him to quit his use of social media.

Numerous president's pronouncements have been cheered by his political base, but even some of Trump's allies have counseled that he temper his tweets on certain subjects, including the ongoing Russian Federation investigation. Tapped to bring order to the chaotic West Wing, Kelly quickly made his presence known on Monday - ousting newly appointed communications director Anthony Scaramucci and revising the command structure so that all senior staffers report to him.

But then at 8:49 a.m., Trump dashed off his first tweet: 'Stock Market could hit all-time high (again) 22,000 today.

The ABC News/Washington Post survey also found that 68 percent of respondents called Trump's Twitter usage "inappropriate, ' 65 percent called his tweets 'insulting" and another 52 percent labeled them 'dangerous'.

The 110 million figure appears to reference his total reach on social media; he has 35 million followers on Twitter at his personal account @realDonaldTrump, 19.7 million on Twitter at the official @POTUS (which he doesn't often use), almost 23 million likes on Facebook and 7.2 million followers on Instagram.

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