President Trump's (Anti-)Social Media The President's Twitter feed has become the White House's primary mechanism for communicating with the world. Ayesha Rascoe of NPR Politics took a deep dive into Trump's combative social media universe and found that he does not go after all of the objects of his ire in the same way.
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President Trump's (Anti-)Social Media

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President Trump's (Anti-)Social Media

President Trump's (Anti-)Social Media

President Trump's (Anti-)Social Media

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The President's Twitter feed has become the White House's primary mechanism for communicating with the world. Ayesha Rascoe of NPR Politics took a deep dive into Trump's combative social media universe and found that he does not go after all of the objects of his ire in the same way.

President Trump's Twitter feed is increasingly where official White House business is announced and explained. Jenny Kane/AP hide caption

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President Trump's Twitter feed is increasingly where official White House business is announced and explained.

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