Trump advisor says president-elect will continue to use Twitter account

Kellyanne Conway, a top aide to Donald Trump, says the president-elect will continue to use his Twitter account to "cut through the nonsense" and draw

Trump advisor says president-elect will continue to use

Trump advisor says president-elect will continue to use Twitter account

WASHINGTON - Kellyanne Conway, a top aide to Donald Trump, says the president-elect will continue to use his Twitter account to "cut through the nonsense" and draw attention to his plan for the country.

Trump tweeted nine times this weekend, twice about his transition plans. The other tweets complained about a skit on "Saturday Night Live," the cast of the Broadway hit "Hamilton," Sen. Harry Reid and his fraud case with Trump University.

When CNN's Chris Cuomo noted that most of his tweets didn't draw attention to his plan for the country, Conway asked: "Why do you care?"

She said Trump isn't focused on division: "This network and other people will always be focused on divisions. How about accepting the election results, Chris, and letting him form a government?"

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