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Twitter slapped its first ‘manipulated media’ label on an edited video of Joe Biden retweeted by Trump
The video appeared to show former Vice President Joe Biden accidentally endorsing President Donald Trump, but it was deceptively cut.
Trump reportedly dislikes tweeting in front of other people because he has to wear glasses to see his iPhone screen
Instead, when Trump arrives in the West Wing each morning he reportedly prefers to verbally dictate his tweets to Dan Scavino.
Trump’s social media director Dan Scavino is the staffer who’s been around the longest —and he started as Trump’s caddie
Dan Scavino is now the only campaign aide who's been with President Donald Trump since the beginning after Hope Hicks left the White House.
Trump tried to convince lawmakers his Syria pullout was popular by having his social media director read Twitter
"Get Dan Scavino in here," Trump reportedly said at a meeting to persuade skeptical lawmakers of the popularity of his abrupt pull-out from Syria.
Trump involved in every tweet on personal account and fires them off ‘at all hours,’ ex-White House aide says in new book
President Donald Trump doesn't let any tweet on his personal Twitter account go up "without his sign-off," says ex-White House aide Cliff Sims.
Hope Hicks, President Donald Trump's longtime aide and confidante, conceived of some of the sharpest personal attacks in Trump's Twitter feed.
There’s now just one person in the White House who has been by Trump’s side since Day 1 of his campaign
With Hope Hicks resigning, that title now belongs to Dan Scavino.
White House social media director tried to warn people about Hurricane Irma but accidentally tweeted video of wrong storm
Dan Scavino tried to show his followers video of Hurricane Irma, but accidentally ended up sharing a video of a different storm entirely.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell "must have needed another 4 years — in addition to the 7 years — to repeal and replace Obamacare," Dan Scavino tweeted.
Trump sat a a White House table surrounded by some of his top aides as he watched the returns come in on the American Health Care Act's House vote.