Posted March 03, 2018 06:08:06The Trump administration has embraced the digital marketing strategy that’s seen the United States push back at Beijing, using digital branding to target the president and his policies.
But a report by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service reveals the administration has been using digital marketing in ways that contradict its messaging and the way it has been used in the past.
The report said the administration is using a digital campaign to highlight the president’s tax cuts and the opioid crisis, but not to highlight Trump’s trade policy.
The administration is also using a hashtag that includes Trump’s name to target critics.
The president has also been using Twitter to push his agenda.
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and its allies used social media to promote policies and initiatives.
But in the Trump administration, digital marketing has been a key tool for the administration to attack critics and deflect attention from its own failings,” said Mark Hetfield, director of the Congressional Research Services.”
The president has consistently used social networks and other platforms to amplify his messaging and to amplify the voices of his supporters, but he is using these tools to undermine and undermine our institutions, our democracy and our way of life,” Hetline said.”If the U