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Global impact of Trump's tweets, Obama says he'd beat Trump

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President-elect Donald Trump has made Twitter his primary means of communication, and his tweets have global implications. Yochi Dreazen explains how world leaders respond to Trump's Twitter feed. Looking back at the 2016 presidential election, President Obama told a former adviser that he believes he could have beaten Trump if he had been able to run for a third term.

Aired: 12/30/16

Rating: NR

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