The sources said that the four firms who rejected the offers are not exhaustive of the firms the White House approached.
Respondents who identified themselves as Republicans were further divided over whether they believe Trump's Twitter use has little impact on or hurts issues like national security - 37 to 30 percent - and the United States' standing in the world 32 to 31 percent.
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Trump used Twitter consistently on the campaign trail, but many predicted he'd cool it, once taking the reins of the presidency. "I don't think so". And Sessions' own team has become a part of Trump's inner circle: former Sessions chief of staff Rick Dearborn is now Trump's deputy chief of staff, and former Sessions spokesman Stephen Miller has evolved into a highly influential figure as Trump's policy director and speechwriter.
The Trump Twitter Archive collects every Trump tweet, categorising them by frequent Trump keywords like "fake news", "loser" and "the worst". Just a week after his "covfefe" tweet took the internet by storm, "despite the constant negative press covfefe", White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump's tweets should be taken as official statements.
A growing number of Americans, from 49 percent to 59 percent, said Trump's use of Twitter is a bad thing, including 77 percent of Democrats (up 5 points from December) and 61 percent of independents, an 18-point increase among that demographic.
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In one such ruling in March, a Hawaiian federal court judge pointed to Trump's own claims that his revised travel ban was merely a "watered-down" version of the first order which had already been blocked by a federal judge - a decision later upheld in an appellate circuit.
A new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll shows the vast majority of voters, 69 percent, say Trump uses Twitter too much. While a plurality of Republicans (36 percent) and Trump voters (41 percent) said Trump's tweets were a good thing, the share of those voters who said the opposite also grew.
The poll comes the day after Trump struck a defiant note on the social media platform, claiming that the media was trying to get him to quit social media but that it was his best tool to bring his message to the public.
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JULIE DAVIS: They are the statements that are the most in Trump's voice of anything we get from this White House.
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