How to read the media coverage of Donald Trump’s latest tweetstorm

As we approach the end of the week, we’ve been trying to parse the news media’s coverage of the Trump administration.

What are their priorities?

What do they believe is the story?

And how do they cover Trump’s tweets?

As we know, the answer is complicated.

But here’s a quick overview of what you need to know about how the news is covering the Trump presidency and what to watch for: What are the media’s priorities?

When the president tweets, what do the news organizations cover?

The New York Times, for example, has been covering the White House for three weeks and has done so in an overwhelmingly positive way.

That is to say, it has focused on the president’s accomplishments.

It has covered the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, the rollout on the tax reform plan and the economy.

The Washington Post has also been critical of the administration.

The paper has not covered Trump in a positive way, even though it has covered him in a more negative way in recent weeks.

The Wall Street Journal has also largely been supportive of the president.

The newspaper has been critical, as it has with Trump in his initial days as president.

In fact, the paper has written a series of op-eds critical of Trump and his administration.

There is a lot to unpack here.

But, let’s start with the president himself.

As of Sunday afternoon, Trump had not yet tweeted.

It is unclear when he will tweet.

What does the president have to say about the coverage?

There is no way to know for sure, but we do know that he has been tweeting.

This includes his tweets, and those tweets include some of the most outlandish, inflammatory and negative messages he has delivered.

Trump’s tweetstorms are also not limited to his first few weeks in office.

In one of his tweets Monday morning, the president made clear that he had been in Washington for several weeks.

In response to a question about the economy, Trump said that it is “getting much worse.”

The president said that he “would be lying if I said that I was not busy.”

In the same tweet, Trump also said that the media is “the enemy of the American people” and that “there is no excuse for this disgraceful treatment of the media.”

In another tweet on Monday morning Trump attacked his fellow Republicans in Congress.

He wrote, “I don’t want to hurt the Republicans because they are great.

I want to help them.

The Dems are also great.

The media is also great and their jobs are good.

I don’t care.

The Democrats suck and they will continue to suck the country down the drain.”

The tweetstorm also includes a number of references to his political enemies and even suggested that he would be a better president than his party’s nominee, Democrat Hillary Clinton.

In the tweetstorm, Trump implied that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is a “liar” and said that if Cruz did not win the Republican nomination, he would “kill” him.

The tweetstorms have focused on Trump’s own comments and actions.

What has the president said about the media?

In the past week, Trump has repeatedly attacked the media and said, “You have a fake news media.

They are the enemy of our people.

They’re not reporting the news.

They lie.

They cheat.

They get away with it.”

Trump also claimed that the New York Daily News “stole” an interview with him.

“If you’re a reporter, you’ll say, ‘Oh, he just said something to the New Yorker.’

You’re lying to the American public,” Trump said on Tuesday morning.

The president has been repeatedly critical of CNN and MSNBC.

He said on Monday, for instance, that CNN was “fake news” and MSNBC was “not journalism.”

On Tuesday morning, he added, “CNN is fake news.

MSNBC is fake, because the Democrats hate me, because they know I’m going to win the election.

CNN is fake because the Democrat Party hates me.”

Trump’s criticisms of the news outlets have not stopped there.

“I hate the New England Patriots,” he said in a tweet on Wednesday morning.

“They are doing a bad job.

I hate their owners.

I will say this, they’re a bad team.”

When asked what he would do if he were president, Trump replied, “Make the NFL great again.”

Trump has also called out the media as a “criminal enterprise” and a “disgrace.”

In his tweets on Monday afternoon, he referred to a report that the Times was investigating him for “treason” and “breaking the law.”

“They’re looking at the real story here: What is the real collusion by the Obama Administration with Russia, the Clinton campaign and the Dems to rig the election in favor of Trump,” he tweeted.

What do the media think?

A key aspect of covering Trump is understanding his priorities.

What news organizations do Trump support?

What is their coverage of Trump?

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