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Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, says the mainstream media loves to report on the president's tweets, but never the tweets that deal with policy and substance.

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Conway pointed out that Trump sent out approximately 163 tweets in June, and three quarters of them had to do with policy, bilateral meetings and legislation.

"I know it’s a heck of a lot easier to cover 140 characters here or there or what the president may be saying about the media here or there than it is to learn the finer points of how Medicaid is funded in this country and how that would or would not change under the Senate bill, how the childcare tax credit might affect your family," Conway said. "They don’t cover these finer policy points."


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She pointed out that there's little to no coverage of the booming stock market, jobs being produced, immigration legislation being passed or ISIS being put on the run.

She pointed to a study from the Media Research Center that looked at every ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscast from May 17 to June 20.

It found a whopping 353 minutes of airtime devoted to the Russia probe. Meantime, the networks only spent 47 minutes on climate change, 29 on fighting terrorism, 17 on repealing and replacing ObamaCare and a mere five minutes on the economy and jobs.

Conway noted that several of Trump's most recent tweets are about his conversations with other world leaders.

"These calls allow him to connect with world leaders, discuss anything from national security to trade, anything particular to that nation or that region," Conway said.

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