Will Americans embrace a new way of annoying numbers-obsessed president Donald Trump—by following half an onion in a plastic bag on Twitter until it has more followers than him?
The actions of President Trump and his White House press secretary Sean Spicer over the weekend—lying about the size of his inauguration crowds, despite ample evidence disproving their claims—were surprising and alarming to many who were unaccustomed to seeing that degree of blatant dishonesty from the office of the President of the United States.
Brands that have weighed in on Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump as the U.S. president have mostly tiptoed around the issue with cryptic or broad messaging. But not Al Rifai, a Lebanese nut brand, whose front page ad on Saturday in The Daily Star newspaper is nothing if not frank."The world has gone nuts," says the headline, above a product shot and below the paper's coverage of Trump's big day—and the conflicting reactions to it.
After being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States today, Donald J. Trump's social team is already at work setting up his social profiles and accounts.
Immediately after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, some changes were made to the White House's official website and social media accounts.
The peaceful transfer of power is now complete, and Donald J. Trump is the 45th president of the United States. But the White House transition on social media remains a work in progress, as Trump's team takes on various new Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other accounts.
Our agency is no different than yours. Tough, sensitive. Young, old. Black and white. Full of usually hopeful, sometimes brilliant, mostly crazy storytellers.And like many of you, on the eve of the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America, we don't know what the hell is about to happen.
If you were disappointed with how certain demographics voted in the 2016 presidential election, you're not alone.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to Snapchat today to answer questions in a Live Story, a collection of user-generated photos and videos gathered at events.