On the campaign trail, Donald Trump often railed against the media for its lack of coverage of his campaign.
Trump, who has repeatedly cited the lack of reporting on his administration as one of the reasons for his narrow victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton in November, often cited a lack of media coverage of the 2016 election as a factor in his defeat.
But as he continues his reelection bid, Trump’s campaign is starting to tap into the power of his personal website and its online platform, Breitbart News, to promote his message.
In November, the candidate launched a site called “The Breitbart Report” and began posting stories, which are not published in The Washington Post, The New York Times, CNN, or the Wall Street Journal, on the site.
The candidate then launched a Twitter account and began retweeting stories.
In addition to posting on the Breitbart site, the Trump campaign has launched its own Twitter account.
In early December, the campaign launched its official account, which has over 30,000 followers and has featured a series of pro-Trump stories and commentary, including the candidate’s response to a New York Magazine article on the White House’s efforts to combat violent extremism.
In January, the president-elect signed an executive order that allowed the Trump Organization to use its Twitter account to promote the president’s agenda, including his travel ban.
In May, Trump signed an order that allows the Trump organization to use social media platforms to promote its message.
And in the months before he took office, Trump had used his personal Twitter account as a platform to promote a variety of policies that have come under fire.
In early February, Trump tweeted about the fact that the “fake news media” had been covering his travel-ban order “as if they were trying to kill us.”
Trump’s Twitter account has become a hub for his pro-gun and anti-abortion stances.
On his own Twitter feed, Trump has frequently used the hashtag “#StopHillarysCriminalJusticeMassacre,” which he used on several occasions to urge his supporters to “Stop Hillarys Crime Massacre.”
In September, the former reality TV star shared a graphic on Twitter that depicted a scene of mass shootings at a shopping mall in Las Vegas.