President-elect of the United States had previously said that it would be more ‘restrained’
US President-elect Donald Trump will continue to use the Twitter social network in the same way he has done so far, according to a spokesman for Sean Spicer.
“The reality is that when he tweets, he gets results,” Spicer said in an interview with ABC television.
According to the White House’s next spokesman, traditional media outlets are worried that Trump will head directly through the microblogging profile to more than 18 million followers.
The statements go against what the president-elect himself said in the first interview after the release of the voting results, that he would limit his use of Twitter and that if he used it, he would do so wisely.
“I’m going to be very restrained,” he said in an interview with CBS, which was shown in the United States on November 13.
In December, Trump has already defended on Twitter the need to “strengthen and expand” US nuclear capability until “the world returns to reason.”
Not even the UN escaped the president-elect’s furious tweets following a victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
“The United Nations has great potential, but now it’s just a people’s club to get together, talk and have a good time. How sad! “He wrote after the decision taken on December 23 by the Security Council to demand that Israel close the settlements in Palestinian territories, approved after US abstention.