It’s not every day that President Donald Trump gets a chance to get his agenda through the Senate and Congress.
But that’s exactly what happened last month when a GOP-controlled Senate passed the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, a Republican, in the face of the threat of a filibuster by Democrats.
But the president’s Twitter account, @realDonaldTrump, is only one of the many tools that the White House has in its arsenal to get its message across.
The president also uses Twitter for his political coverage, but that has changed in the past two years.
While the president has been tweeting frequently about politics, his use of Twitter has grown dramatically in recent months.
And the president seems to be using it to take down his own opponents.
His use of his personal Twitter account has grown since January, according to a new analysis by CNN.
The number of times he tweets about his political opponents rose from 1,500 to 1,929 tweets in January, before dropping to 1 in February.
In April, the president tweeted about his wife, Melania, and about the death of Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., an ally of his.
He also used Twitter to tweet about former president Joe Biden’s death.
But by March, the number of tweets about Hillary Clinton had climbed from 578 to 1.3 million, with more than half of them targeting Trump and his wife.
He tweeted about the assassination of Rep.-elect Doug Collins, R-Ga., in May, which was the most-searched topic on his account in the first quarter of 2017.
In May, Trump tweeted about how his daughter, Ivanka, was dating another White House adviser, Jared Kushner.
The same month, the Trump administration released its own list of what it said were “potentially harmful” tweets, which included criticism of the U.S. military, the U,N.
climate change, the NFL and NFL Players union.
Those tweets were followed by a series of posts from the president on Twitter criticizing the media and criticizing his critics.
It’s hard to know what the president is tweeting on Twitter these days, given that his use is relatively limited.
He’s still mostly focused on his personal account, which he has since December 2017.
But his Twitter account is now a significant part of his day to day life.
It also includes a series with other White House officials, including National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser Jared Kushner and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.
“When you’re president, you’re not doing a lot of social media,” said CNN’s Jeff Zeleny.
“That’s what’s unique about being president, he’s using it more than most presidents, and it’s been growing over time.”
For example, he often tweets about what he thinks about various issues, including a tweet that focused on the recent protests over the death penalty.
But it’s possible that those posts are more focused on other issues, Zeleny said.
And while Trump has been increasingly using his personal accounts to share his thoughts on the day, his Twitter use is also becoming more active in his personal life.
The President has been sharing photos from his travels on Instagram, and sometimes he posts selfies, Zelney said.
He posts photos of his dogs and cats, sometimes showing off his children’s clothes.
And he has been using Twitter to share photos of himself and his family, including his children Ivanka and Eric, a White House official told CNN.
While that’s not necessarily the most important thing to people who aren’t living in the White Houses, it is something that people need to take note of, Zelenney said, adding that Trump’s tweets could be useful to people looking to learn about how he views issues and the way he’s thinking.
The tweets are also a reminder that while Trump may not have tweeted the most frequently, he has continued to use Twitter to express himself.
He uses it to share information that may help people who have trouble with the government.
He has also shared information about his administration that may be helpful to those who are trying to understand his actions and the circumstances surrounding them.
And, while it may not be the most personal thing to tweet, Zelenberg said, it’s not a bad way to get people to understand what the President is thinking.
“He’s a president who can communicate pretty clearly,” Zelenenberg said.
“You can get people interested in the things he’s saying.”
And when it comes to what the White Senate Committee on Judicial Affairs wants to know about the President, Zelena said, the most valuable thing the committee can ask the president about is the tweets.
“The best way to engage with him is through the tweet,” Zeleny added.
The White House also uses the WhiteHouse.gov website to keep track of the President’s tweets, and he uses the official White House Twitter account.
And if he has something