Business leaders and their political allies are now trying to figure out who is paying for the president’s Twitter feed.
While some companies are clearly paying to promote their products, others appear to be using a combination of paid content, political advertising, and free advertising to push their products.
The White House says the president has been using the company to promote his policies and messages on Twitter.
But what are these political ads really?
There is no easy way to track political ads on Twitter and the president isn’t shy about using his account to promote them.
Since March 1, he has tweeted more than 60 times a day, a number that has skyrocketed since Trump took office.
Trump has said the tweets are political because they target specific audiences in the U.S. He has also criticized Hillary Clinton and other Democratic politicians for their handling of the crisis in Puerto Rico, calling their response a “sad, tragic situation.”
In the last three months, Trump has posted nearly 200 tweets on Twitter about Puerto Rico and Hurricane Maria, according to data compiled by the Washington Post.
The Post reported that the president also frequently criticized former President Barack Obama and other former presidents.
In his tweets, Trump also sometimes uses the hashtag “#MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”
In September, Trump posted a series of messages about Puerto Rican relief efforts on Twitter, in which he criticized Democratic leaders for their response to the crisis.
As recently as last month, Trump was criticizing Democrats for being unwilling to take action to help Puerto Rico.
On Tuesday, Trump tweeted that he was going to start a program to fund the construction of the wall along the U, S. border with Mexico.
Democrats have long said the wall will cost millions of dollars and have criticized the president for proposing it as a way to get funding for his border wall.
There are two other ways the president can make political advertising revenue.
One is to use Twitter to promote a political campaign, which would require a significant amount of money.
The other is to pay for a political ad campaign on the president.
Trump has not directly announced a political advertising deal with the companies he’s using his Twitter account for.
But he has been promoting his plans for building a wall and supporting President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign.
Last week, Trump signed a presidential memorandum directing his administration to begin the construction and financing of a wall along both the U., S., and Mexican borders.
This move was prompted by Trump’s tweets about the wall and his vow to build a wall.
Trump’s executive order said that the wall would cost between $12 billion and $20 billion.