President's daughter-in-law Lara Trump launches 'real news' video to list his 'accomplishments'

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Trump Has Launched A "Real News" Program On His Facebook, Hosted By His Daughter-In-Law

In his latest attempt to use social media to circumvent what he considers unfair press coverage, President Donald Trump has started posting Facebook "real news" broadcasts to promote his accomplishments.

The show, hosted on Facebook, is fronted by Mr Trump's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump.

I bet you haven't heard about all the accomplishments the president had this week because there's so much fake news out there.

The first episode - as there appear to be more to come - focused on introducing the "real news" segment, and focused on the previous week's Trump administration "wins".

She then related stories such as the president donating his salary, a new Foxconn manufacturing plant in Wisconsin and economic growth.

Trump did not mention the GOP's healthcare failure or any of the White House staffing shake ups in the past week, not to mention the president's tweet banning transgender people serving in the military.

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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. BuzzFeed News reported that the White House did not have a plan for its implementation, how the news seemed to stun military leaders, and how the news was received by trans veterans. "Likewise, the vice president visited Walter Reed hospital, where he sat down and talked to so many wounded soldiers who have put their lives on the line for all of us".

"Want to know what President Trump did this week?"

Lara Trump previewed the series in a July 20 message and encouraged viewers to tune in for weekly updates. "We wanted to give you a glimpse into his week".

"Thanks for joining us, everybody".

The New York Post speculates that the video was produced by Trump's reelection campaign.

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