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Incoming WH press secretary answers question of which account POTUS will use to tweet after January

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President-elect Donald Trump has one of the most active and followed accounts on Twitter and when he is sworn in as president he will obtain another.

The @POTUS handle that was created in 2013 and is used by current President Barack Obama.

Incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told “Fox & Friends” on Monday which accounts Trump will use.

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“I think he’ll probably be tweeting from both or whatever he chooses,” he said.

In much the same way our current president uses both @POTUS and @BarackObama

Spicer said the current administration is going to give the new one the Twitter handle because “they have to, it’s a government handle.”

“He understands the power of social media. He’s got 45-million plus people that follow on the various platforms that he controls. He understands the ability to go straight to the American people and have a conversation with them,” Spicer said, adding that the president-elect frustrates the media because they don’t get to filter his message.

“Is it filtered through you? Do you have to approve before he tweets?” host Abby Huntsman asked.

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“Nobody approves anything that Donald Trump says,” Spicer aid. “We work for him. We serve him. Not the other way around.”

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