FILE-- Donald Trump demonstrates his tweeting skills in his office at Trump Tower in New York, Sept. 29, 2015. China’s leaders thought they had a solution to the torrent of snark, jibes and condemnation on Twitter: They banned access to it at home. Yet in a twist, China has become the country that the now President-elect seems to enjoy criticizing the most on his open-all-hours Twitter feed. (Josh Haner/The New York Times)
FILE-- Donald Trump demonstrates his tweeting skills in his office at Trump Tower in New York, Sept. 29, 2015. China’s leaders thought they had a solution to the torrent of snark, jibes and condemnation on Twitter: They banned access to it at home. Yet in a twist, China has become the country that the now President-elect seems to enjoy criticizing the most on his open-all-hours Twitter feed. (Josh Haner/The New York Times) File photograph NYT
FILE-- Donald Trump demonstrates his tweeting skills in his office at Trump Tower in New York, Sept. 29, 2015. China’s leaders thought they had a solution to the torrent of snark, jibes and condemnation on Twitter: They banned access to it at home. Yet in a twist, China has become the country that the now President-elect seems to enjoy criticizing the most on his open-all-hours Twitter feed. (Josh Haner/The New York Times) File photograph NYT

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