Voters think Trump uses Twitter too much

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At this time it's not clear which of the president's twitter handles the White House will consider official.

U.S. President Donald Trump has opted not to set up a "war room" in the White House to serve as a rapid-response team to answer accusations involving an investigation into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation, a White House official said on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Trump tweeted that the "FAKE MSM is working so hard trying to get me not to use Social Media".

Trump has also attacked London Mayor Sadiq Khan, calling him "pathetic" in the wake of the London terror attack, as well as Qatar, hinting the Muslim country may have sponsored radical ideology.

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The relationship between President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions has reportedly become so strained that the AG offered to resign.

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The poll was conducted June 1-2 among 1,999 voters.

That is according to a new poll from Morning Consult/Politico.

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While some of Trump's advisers, such as Kellyanne Conway, have sought to downplay the importance of the president's statements on Twitter and have accused the media of needlessly creating controversy, many members of the public disagree. Sixty-nine percent of voters overall think Trump uses the social media site too often.

GOP voters, however, split 41 to 37 percent when asked if they believe his use of Twitter is a "good thing;" 37 to 35 percent on whether they think Trump's tweeting helps his presidency; and 31 to 28 when asked if they think it helps Republicans up for re-election in Congress, the poll found.

Among that 59 percent, 77 percent of Democrats said Trump's Twitter use was bad, 61 percent of independents agreed, up 5 points and 18 points respectively.

It recently came to light that almost half of Trump's 32 million Twitter followers aren't real people but fake egg-bots that the president may have bought to bolster his image. These are serious words coming out of the highest office holder in the land, and all that this bot does is just give those messages the proper honor they deserve.These are statements of the president.

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The host reminded her that Trump prefers to communicate through Twitter. Trump's tweets either matter or they don't. Trump repeated the sentiment twice Monday.

"We have a press secretary who is being constantly undermined by his boss's tweets, and we have surrogates who say they can't speak for the president".

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