The Trump administration is pushing to create a new kind of propaganda that is free of political ideology.
The goal is to create new memes and new ways to spread them online.
A “transition period” will begin after the president is sworn in on Jan. 20 and end after Jan. 4, the day he leaves office.
It will allow the new administration to create its own memes and ways to promote them, without fear of a political backlash, according to the White House.
The administration is expected to hire the tech and social media experts who will develop new memes.
Its also seeking the help of Hollywood, which is pushing its own new propaganda.
“We are not trying to compete with Hollywood, we’re not trying the same old stuff,” said Mark Cuban, the CEO of Dallas Mavericks basketball team.
“But we are trying to bring the new stuff to the forefront.”
It is unclear whether the transition period will include political memes, which can have a political flavor, or how it will work.
Some are already being used to promote anti-Trump protests and protests against a Republican health care bill.
Others are already popping up on Facebook.
But the new media will be largely focused on spreading positive messages, such as positive news about the economy.
Some of those messages will be focused on the president, such like when the president retweeted an article about a company that makes clothing that will help the homeless.
“When we do something that has a negative message, that is not our style, that’s not our mission,” said Matt Kornblum, the founder of Buzzfeed, the news site that created the Buzzfeed Trump meme.
“I think we are starting to see the Trump era really come to a head.”
The administration has also created an advisory board to work with the tech companies and the entertainment industry.
It is expected that the Trump administration will work with them to develop new technology that will allow them to promote the message, which will be posted on their own social media channels.
“The transition period is the time for these companies to show us their stuff, and the president to show them what he’s got,” said Michael C. Hayden, the director of the National Security Agency.
“And they have been very responsive to that.”
The transition period could be used to develop a new version of the meme, one that is more positive, as the government is moving to embrace a more democratic form of politics.
In a report published on Tuesday, The Washington Post said the transition has created a “post-Trump” world where the president and his team are more open to sharing ideas, and to encouraging innovation in technology.
The transition will also allow for a shift in the culture of government.
It would not be the first time that the president has used the transition to promote his agenda.
For instance, the president launched his campaign by launching an online “re-entry” program for the unemployed, saying the program would help people get back on their feet.
The program was so popular that the White Houses press office said the president was “proud of the millions of people who took advantage of the program and have made significant gains in their lives.”
The Trump transition will not be used in the same way, however, and will be more about the public’s perception of the new president.
“It’s important to remember that there is a very long way to go before we see this country in a better place, and we will see the results,” said Bill Kristol, the editor-in-chief of The Weekly Standard, an influential conservative news outlet.
“There is an expectation that the transition is going to be something that is positive and positive-looking, but it is not going to have the kind of political messages that the old regime did.
We have seen how the transition works and it is going be a lot more measured and measured than it was.”