In a recent poll taken among those who voted, a majority of people say they believe President-elect Trump should delete his personal Twitter account.
The poll was conducted by Quinnipiac University. Surprisingly, it was the majority of young voters, not older ones, who think Trump should delete the app.
However, for President-Trump, Twitter has been seen as his "go-to" outlet to let people know his thoughts and opinions. During the election, Trump saw a dramatic increase in followers. Since winning, Trumps own Twitter fan base is nearing 20 million people.
While not every person who follows President-elect Trump is a fan of him, they are at least interested in what he will do (or tweet) next. In recent weeks, Trump has talked tough on Twitter to some major U.S. businesses. Shortly after, we have seen Ford, Fiat Chrysler and other, readjust and make plans to move plants into America instead of foreign soil.
According to Sean Spicer, he thinks Trump is far less unhinged than people give him credit for.
“I think there's this misconception, or there's this implication, that he's just randomly tweeting,” Spicer said during a panel discussion with David Axelrod, a former senior adviser to President Obama, and Robert Gibbs, a former White House press secretary under Obama. “He knows exactly where he wants to end up on a particular subject. … He understands the strategic value in certain actions to achieve a goal.”
So what do you think? Do you enjoy reading Trump's tweets or is it something you follow just to stay caught up on his latest actions?
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