How Trump's social media should be Ricardo Tamez

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has been properly regarded as highly unprofessional on how he uses social media, specifically Twitter.

Through the years, the government tries to get the president closer to his people by modernizing him through TV, radio or in this case, social media. The way President Obama tackled social media, for example, was pretty moderate but positive. The P.O.T.U.S, F.L.O.T.U.S and VP Twitter accounts were created when President Obama was first elected and had a very positive outcome, connecting more efficiently with the audience.

Recently as you may know, there is a new president by the name of Donal Trump, who uniquely uses social media as a way to attack any form of criticism against him or that contradicts him in a very immature manner, especially for the P.O.T.U.S. From defaming to flat out insulting, Trumps way of tweeting is one of the most irresponsible things a president has done in many decades. Another abnormality in Trumps Twitter accounts is that he usually deletes tweets, sometimes because of misspelling and other times because of common sense and this may not sound like a big deal, but it is. The Senate has expressed their nonconformity with how Trump occasionally deletes these publications and has stated that it may be considered a violation to the Presidential Records Act.

President Donald Trump was given the option to use the P.O.T.U.S Twitter account instead of his personal account @realDonaldTrump but instead, he decided to take control over both of the accounts, creating an uncontrollable avalanche of inappropriate, extremely biased tweets. Proof in this would easily be the way he blatantly copies different types of information from different news sites he considered fake news in the past like CNN for example. Basically showing people how he can't, usually, think about his own viable arguments.

To this day, there seems to be no sign of his online immaturity to slow down. As seen before, his hypocrisy is unfathomable, in the sense that he used to call MSNBC and CNN fake news and bigots with so much pride and confidence and he now uses them as a reliable source. This may lead to dangerous situations. Trump is supposed to be someone to look up to, The P.O.T.U.S, some one who children want to be, and he is just giving an unnecessarily bad example.

Personally, I am not afraid of Trump, and I am not afraid of the way he expresses himself either, I'm afraid of the outcome his attitude may have towards the health of this country.

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