Trump mocks “fake news”, calls Twitter his very powerful social media

Amid phony investigations, great witch hunts, and a 7-month-old probe into whether President Trump’s campaign possibly colluded with the Russian government,  Trump  seems to find joy in just one thing — Twitter or what he prefers to call “my very powerful social media”

One of the latest in a string of tweets that have been back-to-back, since a possible investigation into whether the President attempted to obstruct justice by the special counsel hit “fake” media, Trump is grateful he has his own very powerful outlet.

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The President said “The Fake News Media hates when I use what has turned out to be my very powerful social media – over 100 million people! I can go around them”

According to Press Secretary, Sean Spicer at a press briefing June 6, President Trump’s tweets should be taken as official White House statements, contradicting other White House officials who said otherwise.

“The president is president of the United States,  so they are considered official statements by the president of the United States,” Spicer said.

 

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