Trump’s search-optimization department: The best of the best

Donald Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, has been in the news a lot lately.

He has been a key player in the Trump administration’s search for the next chief of the FBI, as well as the search for a new chief of national security, among other roles.

But Priebus has also been in hot water over his use of an aggressive PR firm, Wieden+Kennedy, to create a series of headlines that were then used to promote his own business. 

Wieden + Kennedy is an aggressive firm that specializes in creating headlines to promote Trump businesses, which is a major reason why they created the headlines that made Trump appear as if he had been elected president. 

One of the headline that the company created was the one that appeared below the headline “Trump wins reelection in landslide.”

It was headlined “Trump loses reelection in landslides, and his approval rating goes up.” 

Wiesen+Kenedy created the headline and its accompanying image to boost Trump’s approval rating.

But in reality, that was a PR tactic meant to promote Wiedens brand of politics. 

Trump has since been the target of much criticism for using a PR firm to promote himself.

Some people are calling Wiedenhans “fraud” and “cheap politics,” which they should know is a word that Trump himself has been criticized for using.

Wiedeny also created headlines that promoted the idea that President Obama is not a Christian, and promoted a video that showed Obama saying he wanted to kill everyone in America.

Wiesen + Kenedy was hired by the Trump campaign to create headlines that promote Trump’s political career, which would have been unethical and a violation of ethics laws.

But they have been criticized by ethics experts for not being ethical. 

They also created a series that was meant to support Trump’s business, and Trump was the star of it.

The headline for the first part of the series was, “Donald Trump, the richest person in America.”

In it, Trump was described as being the richest man in the world.

Trump’s father owned stock in the company that produced the story.

Trump Jr., Trump’s son-in-law and a close adviser, then published a tweet that said, “Trump Jr., if you’re reading this, you’ve got to believe I did a good job with my dad.”

Trump Jr. then responded to the criticism saying, “I was in the room and we discussed it.

I had a very, very good conversation with Donald Trump Jr.” 

The next part of that story was a story about how Donald Trump was “tired of the haters,” and he wanted the hatters “to burn in hell.”

In the story, Trump Jr.’s father was quoted as saying, Trump Sr. wanted to “get rid of the naysayers,” and Trump Jr went on to say that he thought Trump Jr would be “a great guy” to “help us get rid of all the hathers.” 

Trump Jr. also said, “I thought we would be able to get rid in one day.”

Trump Sr.’s comments were widely interpreted as Trump Sr., using the hashtag #FiretheHaters. 

“We will not let this bully destroy our dreams for America.

We will not allow him to tear us apart,” Trump Jr said in the story as a way of calling out the hatcher. 

The story then went on for several days.

After a story was published, Wiesens PR team created another headline that said: “Trump beats Hillary Clinton in battleground state of Florida.”

The next part in the article was a tweet about Trump’s win in Florida.

In it Trump was quoted saying, If we win Florida, I will be the happiest man on earth.

In the tweet, Trump said, I can’t wait to get back to the States and meet the people of Florida. 

In the next part, the story was then titled “Trump defeats Hillary Clinton, the Democrat Party is defeated.” 

“The media has lost their mind,” Trump tweeted, “and I’m the only one who can fix it.”