The 2016 Presidential Election has demonstrated that things have changed. Donald Trump won by a discretionary avalanche, demonstrating that in spite of a purposeful exertion by the media to obliterate him, he could associate with the American individuals.
With January 20 coming soon, Donald Trump will have the considerable undertaking of driving a country practically disabled by degenerate globalists, liberal news outlets, and insider government officials. He should utilize strong strategies to right this ship and rethink being president in the 21st Century.
That implies keeping on utilizing new wellsprings of correspondence to contact the American individuals, dodging the customary media who might attempt to undermine his authority.
“Business as, usual, is over” for the press covering the White House, Donald Trump’s incoming press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Thursday.
Spicer indicated that Trump and his administration won’t feel beholden to traditional media practices and will continue to bring their message directly to the American people using social media and other practices.
Trump’s dismissive attitude toward the press surely is worrisome to many reporters who spent countless hours over the last eight years cultivating relationships and fighting for access under the left-leaning Obama administration. It seems the next four years — at least — will go a little differently.
The President-elect’s substantial utilization of Twitter, Facebook, and other online networking outlets since the race has permitted him to interface with Americans without the need of question and answer sessions or the inclined translations of the media.
He doesn’t have to depend on the New York Times, CNN, or Fox News to get his message to Americans. He and his organization will talk straightforwardly to nationals, expelling the dishonest middle man.
Gone are the days where we only get a 5-second clip of a press briefing at the end of the nightly news. We will be told first what’s going on in our country, thanks to the unrestricted power of social media.
We will have upfront access to our president via YouTube speeches, up-to-the-minute Tweets, and in-depth Facebook posts. The corrupt media will no longer be able to edit statements and twist our leaders’ words.
Make no mistake: the traditional media will fight this tooth and nail. They will make it seem like a very bad idea. But that’s just because they’ve lost.
H/T Patriot Journal