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Trump Blasts Twitter Ahead of Social Media Summit

Newsmax Thursday, 11 July 2019
President Donald Trump went on a Twitter tirade ahead of his White House Social Media Summit gathering.Trump tweeted against social media companies, the press, and his Democrat rivals, while calling himself "so great looking and smart, a true Stable Genius!"Trump says a...
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The White House has scheduled a social media summit for this week, but major platforms won't be there. Trump didn't invite Facebook , Twitter or YouTube to the summit, instead extending invited to various right-wing publishers, the AP reported on Tuesday. While the exact reasons for Trump's...

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