Last night we got some insight into how Donald Trump plans to govern. He released his priorities for the first 100 days of his presidency – on Twitter. Specifically, Trump said he will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement he calls a disaster. He plans to eliminate restrictions on the production of shale energy and clean coal. And as part of his effort to 'drain the swamp', he wants to impose lobbying bans on executive branch officials after they leave the government.
The question is if more of these updates will only be coming over Twitter -- a way of avoiding the press and speaking directly to the people. Trump is facing criticism that he hasn't held a news conference since July.
Jim Braude (@jimbraude) talks to Dan Primack (@danprimack), a former senior editor at Fortune, and Carly Carlioli (@carlycarioli), contributing editor at Politico Magazine, to get their insights on these developments.