What you need to know about Trump’s new campaign ad
Trump has long been known for his savvy use of social media to engage with voters.
In a new campaign advertisement, he shows that he’s a master at creating and managing a social media juggernaut.
The ad shows Trump holding a copy of the Washington Post’s article on him, then reads: “The Washington Post has endorsed me.
Trump has been endorsed by the Washington Times.
I have the endorsements of CNN, Fox News, ABC News, MSNBC, The New York Times and NBC News.
I’m the guy who will keep the government in order, protect our borders, protect Americans’ jobs, protect the middle class, and restore our country’s greatness.”
In the video, Trump reads the headline from the article: “Trump’s New Strategy: Winning Voters With the Facts.”
The ad concludes: “Let’s get this straight: The Washington Post is backing Donald Trump.”
The article is published by the paper’s Washington bureau, which Trump has called “the worst paper in America” and has repeatedly called “fake news.”
Trump has been running an anti-Trump advertising blitz since last fall.
He’s used social media, his Twitter account, and a number of other platforms to spread his message.
In the ad, he says: “I’m going to bring the facts back to you.
I’ll tell you what’s going on, I’ll let you know how I’m doing it.”
The Washington Times, ABC, NBC, MSNBC and CNN have endorsed Trump.
The Washington Times also endorsed him for president in a November 2016 article, which called Trump “the only real hope” of defeating Hillary Clinton.
The Post endorsed Trump in April 2016, a month after Trump won the nomination.
In an article that month, the newspaper said Trump was “a fearless leader” who “has taken on the establishment and delivered for working Americans.”