President-elect Donald Trump hasn’t held a press conference since July, but his tweets fly on a regular schedule. Whether it’s attacking a labor union chief who accused him of lying about a deal to save Carrier Corp. jobs, or a young woman who questioned him at a political forum, Twitter is his preferred form of communication, and retribution.
But most voters – even those who voted for him – think Trump’s use of Twitter is “reckless and disturbing,” according to the latest McClatchy-Marist Poll. Two-thirds of all registered voters in the survey agreed. CONT.
David Goldstein, McClatchy