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Sunday December 17th, 2017 1:06AM

LISTEN: To Tweet or not to Tweet

By Bill and Joel

President Trump has been called the "Tweeter-in-Chief". Some like his use of Twitter, others don't. Dr. Rob Fazio, Executive Director of Onpoint Advising, says politician or business, organizations need to have a plan in place to handle how they use social media and how they respond to attacks against them.

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