Despite bipartisan consensus that Trump’s controversial and unconventional campaign tactics would hinder his party on Election Day, the electorate’s support carried the Republican ticket to victory.
It’s 6 a.m. and before you’ve poured your first cup of coffee, your phone alerts you to a spike in activity on your company’s Twitter account. A really BIG spike. Then the phone rings. And rings, and rings. It’s your boss. Analysts. Media. Congratulations – @realDonaldTrump has just mentioned your company in one of his early morning missives.
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