Cleary Gottlieb Publishes Trump 'Social Media Attack' Survival Guide
Big firms increasingly face questions from corporate clients about preparing for Trump's tweets.
Since his election, President Donald Trump has not let go of his personal Twitter account—or his penchant for lashing out against companies on social media. That practice, unprecedented for a president in the internet age, has put companies on edge. And law firms are being called on to help corporate executives prepare for the fallout from drawing Trump's ire on Twitter. Cleary Gottlieb employed an acronym to describe the president's conduct: "SMA," for "social media attack."
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