Apparently sick of what he refers to as the "Fake News" media, Donald Trump has set up as a "real news" show to list his achievements as President.
The first episode of the two-minute "news" show, posted to his page on Sunday, features his son Eric's pregnant wife Lara recapping the president's "wins" for the week.
The program, which the video suggests could be weekly, will be another avenue for Trump to push out administration and campaign messaging, though it is unclear whether the program is tied directly to White House or campaign communications teams. We are going to bring you nothing but the facts.
Lara Trump ended her video last weekend by emphasizing the stories she presented were the "real news", though, as BuzzFeed noted, the stories she highlighted had all been widely reported on by the national media.
She continued by making reference to various topics, like the economy and how the President donated his salary. "I'm so proud of that", she said.
Lara signed off at the end of the video and concluded it by saying, "Thanks for joining us everybody, and that is the real news".
Ever since Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign in 2015, one of his biggest adversaries, according to him, has been the press.
Once again, Trump finds himself using every disposal at his means to undermine the role of media in our society, although a propaganda news program is surprisingly on the nose even for him.
One of the Trump administration's biggest complaints is that the media is covering Russian Federation and other negative stories too much and not giving enough attention to the positive news. "Only way for me to get the truth out!"