Trump posts 31 videos to Truth Social in four-hour flurry
The array of posts includes callouts of media figures such as Rupert Murdoch and his other critics, such as former Attorney General Bill Barr.
In a flurry of social media activity, former President Donald Trump has posted a litany of wide-ranging video shorts to Truth Social.
The former president has unveiled a total of 31 videos over the course of roughly four hours, as of press time. In contrast to the Agenda47 video series wherein Trump articulates his policy positions and often speaks for over five minutes, many of Wednesday's posts hover around the one-minute mark and mostly include subject-specific sound bites.
His first video, which clocks in at 42 seconds, sees Trump highlight his poll numbers and tout the engagement his interview with Tucker Carlson received online.
The array of posts includes callouts of media figures such as Rupert Murdoch and his other critics, such as former Attorney General Bill Barr. Others see him tout his record and/or contrast it with that of President Joe Biden.
Still more appear to decry his myriad indictments, while others express optimism that he will eventually triumph in the legal sphere and presidential election.
Interspersing the videos are a handful of "retruths" and some text posts, including one cautioning Florida residents about Hurricane Idalia.
"Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by Hurricane Idalia. I urge everyone to listen to your local officials, heed all warnings, and prioritize the safety of yourself and your loved ones," he wrote. "I’ve witnessed the courage, strength, and spirit of the great people of Florida many times over the years! Together, they will recover and rebuild, but in the meantime, be safe. Love and respect to everyone. God bless you all!"
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