Trump to hold a press conference on ‘social media, fake news’ and cyber security

Trump is expected to hold an afternoon press conference at Trump National Golf Club in Potomac, Maryland, where he will discuss his cyber security policies.

The president-elect is expected on Monday to deliver a speech on cyber security and the potential for a “safer future” of the United States.

A Trump spokesperson told The Hill that the president-eason’s remarks on social media and fake news were likely to be on social, not technology, issues.

In his speech, Trump will also address cyber security issues, including the ongoing efforts to thwart foreign hacks and the emergence of cyber criminals.

“I know you’re focused on social and not on technology, but you have a very serious problem,” Trump said in a Friday tweet.

“The Russian hacks have affected many of our democratic institutions.

You are the most dangerous adversary.

But I want to tell you one thing: You’re the most powerful person on earth. “

This is a very important issue for you.

But I want to tell you one thing: You’re the most powerful person on earth.

You can do whatever you want to do with your power, but I will be watching closely.”

The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, told The New York Times that Trump would be making his first public remarks about the issue of social media in a few days.

“It will be on technology,” Sanders said.

“He is going to talk about the social media, and we expect he will be talking about social media.

It’s something that we’re focused.

She said the White House is working with “many of our social media partners to make sure that we are not just looking at one issue at a time.” “

But we also have to keep in mind that in order to really do anything about it, we have to take a holistic approach to social media.”

She said the White House is working with “many of our social media partners to make sure that we are not just looking at one issue at a time.”

The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., who is set to meet with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya in New York City on Tuesday, is also expected to address social media as well as the cyber threat.

In a series of tweets on Friday, Trump Jr. said his father would be discussing the issue on social.

“If you check the social and political feeds of the president of the U.S., you’ll see he’s very concerned about this issue.

He wants to work with Congress and other leaders to address the issue,” he wrote.

“His daughter and son-in-law are also working hard to get to the bottom of the issue.”

The Trump administration has also issued new guidelines to the military about social and other media platforms.

According to the guidelines, the government should be monitoring social media platforms and “pursue appropriate measures to block the posting of content that would facilitate a cyberattack on the United State government, military, or critical infrastructure.”

In addition, the White Court of Appeals has issued a new policy for federal employees and their families, urging them to “avoid the use of social networks or other social media outlets.”

The guidelines also call for the White Houses Office of Strategic Communications to review social media for possible use by foreign powers.