President Donald launches 'news program' on Facebook

Donald is having a harder and harder time these days finding a new program that is not covering the myriad of problems inside his chaotic and thus far ineffective administration - and so he has created his own.

On Sunday afternoon, President posted the first episode of this new program on his Facebook page, which provided viewers with a recap of his 'wins' for the week.

It also gave the commander-in-chief a chance to employ yet another family member, as pregnant daughter-in-law Lara hosted the online episode.

She signed off at the end of the two-minute video by saying: 'Thanks for joining us everybody, and that is the real news.'

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Lara Trump (pictured) is now hosting a 'real news' video series that uncritically promotes Donald Trump's weekly actions and positive developments for the American economy

Lara (pictured) is now hosting a 'real news' video series that uncritically promotes Donald 's weekly actions and positive developments for the American economy

Trump shared the video on his personal webpage. In it, Lara cites falling unemployment, job creation and a Dow Jones all-time high as proof that Trump is doing well

shared the video on his personal webpage. In it, Lara cites falling unemployment, job creation and a Dow Jones all-time high as proof that is doing well

The first episode of the what is intended to be an ongoing series offered a limited and non-critical look at a number of topics, all of which cast in a positive light.

Things kicked off with an announcement that had donated his salary to the Department of Education this quarter after previously handing it over to the Parks Department in the first quarter.

'Again, this is a President who is putting America before himself,' said Lara, who is married to 's son Eric.

She went on to enthuse about the US having the lowest unemployment rate in 16

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