Why does President Donald Trump’s tweet about a “fake news” story about a fake news site make the media look bad?

Breitbart News is hosting a panel on Sunday, March 3rd, in which Breitbart News senior editor-at-large and former White House correspondent-at of The Washington Post, Andrew Kaczynski, will discuss the importance of using social media platforms as tools of political dissent.

On Friday, President Donald J. Trump retweeted a post from an account believed to be a fake outlet claiming that the Department of Homeland Security has a fake story about fake news stories being created on social media.

The story has since been discredited by a variety of media outlets including the New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Times, and The Associated Press.

The President has repeatedly expressed a desire to “take back our country from the swamp.”

In a speech to the American Legion last month, he also expressed the hope that a new generation of “fellow citizens” would be able to take charge of the nation’s problems.

The President has used his Twitter account to publicly praise and defend various “fake” news sites, including Infowars and The Daily Stormer.

The tweets are part of a wider pattern of social media content by the President that has often been described as “fake.”

In February, he claimed that the president was going to “make a speech” on the issue of fake news.

In the days that followed, President Trump claimed that he was going “to tweet something very exciting.”

On Friday morning, President George W. Bush tweeted that the White House is “not a fake press.”

In January, the President shared a tweet from a fake account that claimed that “fake press” had falsely reported that he had threatened to release classified information to the public.

On Monday, he tweeted that he would release the names of those who had leaked the names.

In addition to tweeting at news outlets that he does not like, President Obama has also often tweeted that there is “fake media.”

On March 2nd, President Barack Obama said in an interview with MSNBC that the media is “foolish.”

On March 1st, in an attempt to undermine the credibility of The New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, and others, President Joe Biden tweeted a photo of himself and his wife, Jill Biden, with the caption “Fake News Media.”

The tweet has since generated more than 1.3 million retweets and thousands of comments.