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President Trump on Saturday defended his use of social media platforms such as Twitter, by saying: he does it to “fight” against the reporting, he is considered to be the “dishonest and unfair.”

“I don’t use Social Media, because I like you, but because it is press the only way to fight a VERY dishonest and unfair”, is now often referred to as a Fake News Media” Trump tweeted. “Fake and non-existent ‘sources are more frequently used than ever before. Many stories and reports, which is a pure fiction!”

I don’t use Social Media, because I like you, but because it is the only way to fight a VERY dishonest and unfair “press”, now often as a Fake-News media. Fake and non-existent “sources” are increasingly being used, often than ever before. Many stories and reports, which is a pure fiction!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 30, 2017

During his first year in office, trump has the social media platform’s new guidelines, pressure the legislature vary, the battle of the media, to rally support for his agenda, and otherwise control the national conversation.

The forum, though, comes with pitfalls for the quick-type President, of the warring, seemingly with the media, Democrats and even some Republicans on a daily basis.

Some in his party have not been shy about expressing dissatisfaction with his chirping.

“I’ve always been very open with him, and to all of you that I’m not a fan of the daily tweets that” Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters earlier this year.

TRUMP – EXPLOSIVE TWEETS 2017

Last week, however, McConnell told reporters he is “warming up to the tweets.”

“About the President’s habits tweeted, I haven’t been a fan up to this week,” he said.

Despite the lack of official gravitas of a formal language, Trump, the Twitter messages are taken seriously. Earlier this year, former White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer Trump’s tweets, “said as official statements by the President of the United States.”

In other tweets Saturday, the President announced the tax reform bill he recently signed into law, with the argument “it will only get better.”

Jobs are kicking in and companies from Unnecessary regulations and high taxes are drastically reduced, coming back to the US, and it will only get better. MUCH MORE TO COME!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 30, 2017

On taxes: “This is the largest corporate-rate cut always, we go back to the corporate income tax rate of around 80 years.This is a large pro-growth Impulse for the economy. Each year, the Obama WH is exaggerated, as the economy would grow. For real economy and jobs.” @WSJ report

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 30, 2017

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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