UPDATE 8:10 a.m.: Trump sounded off on Twitter about the media again Wednesday morning.
to the U.S., but had nothing to do with TRUMP, is more FAKE NEWS. Ask top CEO's of those companies for real facts. Came back because of me!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 18, 2017
He said NBC News was reporting "fake news" about major job announcements.
He said he was falsely denied credit for keeping jobs in the U.S.
He called out the Today Show specifically.
He also said the beginning of his inaugural address will be a "thank you" to the Obamas.
He said his goal on his first day in the White House was to "go to work."
President-elect Donald Trump said in a "Fox & Friends" interview Wednesday morning that he "doesn't like tweeting," but does so because the press is "dishonest" and mangles his messages.
Trump said Twitter allowed him to call out Rep. John Lewis for saying he "forgot" he skipped President George W. Bush's inauguration.
Trump said he "didn't like tweeting," but the "dishonest press" forced him to tweet.
Trump also said Rep. John Lewis "grandstanded" by skipping his inauguration.
He also insisted Mexico would, in fact, pay for the border wall.
In the past, Trump seemed very attentive to Twitter trends.
How do you fight millions of dollars of fraudulent commercials pushing for crooked politicians? I will be using Facebook & Twitter. Watch!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 7, 2016
And he's expressed the utility of social media of a tool.
Trump boasts more than 20 million Twitter followers and 17 million Facebook likes.
Trump has tweeted more than 34,000 times since creating an account in March 2009.