It seems a fair question, given the president’s penchant for using the media as a tool to advance his agenda.
But one thing is certain, when it comes to the topic of the media, the president has done a lot of work to promote himself.
As the president likes to point out, he is “the most trafficked person in the country” and he’s “the largest user of the @realDonaldTrump account.”
He is also “the top user on Twitter in terms of followers.”
It’s a good bet that the president and his team of social media operatives are using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, and Twitter in a big way to promote themselves, and it’s a fair bet that they’re using social media as their primary source of information, too.
As for what they’re doing with it, that is up for debate.
One of Trump’s favorite ways of getting people to check in with him on Twitter is to use the account to spread the word about his controversial, often inflammatory and sometimes inaccurate policies.
The president has been using the account for years to spread his message.
According to the Washington Post, the account has about 2.6 million followers and Trump’s daily tweet count is over 30 million.
That means Trump is spending at least a third of his time on Twitter.
Trump has been tweeting about a variety of topics, including abortion, immigration, the Iran nuclear deal, and climate change.
In fact, he has tweeted more than 2,000 times since the election about the Iran deal and climate, according to the Post.
It’s clear that the President is deeply interested in social media, as evidenced by his tweetstorm yesterday that featured a barrage of tweets from various news outlets, many of which have been critical of the Iran agreement.
But Twitter is not the only social media platform Trump uses.
As Vox points out, the President’s official Twitter account, @POTUS, has more than 10 million followers.
The account has a diverse and diverse array of topics including health, the economy, and foreign affairs.
The President has also been using his account to promote his personal brand and to promote the president-elect.
In one of his tweets last month, the @POWER_MAGA account used the opportunity to promote Trump’s book.
The book is titled “How to Make America Great Again,” and Trump has said that the book will help him “be more presidential and have a better sense of who I am and what I stand for.”
The president-Elect also tweeted about his own book in November, tweeting that it is “coming out next week.”
The President’s use of social platforms is certainly not limited to the realm of politics.
He has also used social media platforms to promote and promote his businesses, including his new golf course in Doral, Florida, and the Trump International Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
In his first week on the job, Trump signed an executive order that established a “Presidential Advisory Council” to help advise him on how to best implement the policies and actions he has already outlined.
The Council will include representatives from all levels of government and from outside groups, such as trade associations, business groups, and advocacy organizations, to make recommendations on how the administration can better advance Trump’s agenda.
The Trump-branded golf course has been a key part of the president in his efforts to promote policies that benefit the country, as he has been working with the golf course’s owners, the Doral and Bedminster properties, and other private entities to develop the course.
It is clear that Trump’s use the social media accounts for his own personal business and that of his family members is not limited solely to his administration.
For example, in early January, Trump tweeted that his daughter Ivanka Trump, his daughter Tiffany, and his son-in-law Jared Kushner were working on a “major initiative” that would create a “world class resort” in New York.
He tweeted, “I am putting my son in charge of this project and will announce it at the end of February.
And in late January, the White House released a statement saying, “As President Trump said in his State of the Union Address, ‘I’m going to be a great negotiator, I’m going be a negotiator.
I’m not going to play by the rules of the game.'”
The fact that the White, House and the president are all using social platforms to spread their agendas and promote their businesses speaks to Trump’s commitment to social media and the importance of its use.
It also speaks to the president being the biggest user of social networks on a daily basis.
Trump is not alone in his desire to use social media to spread messages about himself and his policies.
There is no shortage of people who use social networks to spread information and opinions about themselves and their interests.
A Pew Research Center study published in May 2016 found that there were 3.6 billion active social media users globally, including 2.5 billion Americans. This