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Trump Says He Doesn't Always Type Tweets Himself

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By    |   Monday, 16 Jan 2017 08:31 AM

President-elect Donald Trump said that he does not always tweet himself, but sometimes dictates it to other people who write it for him.

Trump made the revelation in an interview with The Times of London when he mentioned that he has one or two people who can log into his Twitter account and he dictates something to them and they type it in.

When The Times of London pressed Trump as to the identity of those who write the tweets for him, he denied that it was Steve Bannon, who will serve in the administration as Trump's chief strategist and senior counselor and declined to specify the identities of who it is that performs the task.

The president-elect, who also said he would continue tweeting once he enters the White House, explained that "tweeting is interesting, because I find it very accurate. When I get a word out and if I tell something to the papers and they don't write it accurately, it's really bad — they can't do much when you tweet it and I'm careful about, it's very precise.

"Actually it's very, very precise — and it comes out breaking news, we have breaking news… if I did a press release and if I put it out, it wouldn't get nearly — people would see it the following day — if I do a news conference, that's a lot of work."

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