Donald Trump Launches a "Real News" Program Hosted by His Daughter-in-Law

"Want to know what President Trump did this week? Watch here for real news!"

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If you're worried that you haven't heard about any of Donald Trump's accomplishments this week, rest assured, because he's launched his own "real news" program hosted by his daughter-in-law.

Lara Trump is bringing America a roundup of his achievements that may have been missed—because of "fake news"—in a video on the president's Facebook page.

The first clip launched July 30, with Lara (married to Donald's son Eric) announcing: "I bet you haven't heard about all the accomplishments the President had this week because there's so much fake news out there."

"Let's talk about the President's salary—again, the President has donated his salary. His first-quarter salary has gone to the parks department, his second-quarter salary to the department of education. This is a president putting America before himself. I am so proud of that."

She then went on to report that the "unemployment rate is the lowest it has been since 2001," and that the "economy is booming, ladies and gentleman."

"And jobs! There have been almost 800,000 new jobs created in this country since Donald Trump took office in January."

Omitting the President's controversial proposed ban on transgender military service, Lara instead praised the 71-year-old for going "out of his way" to meet with "some incredible veterans in Ohio, giving his thanks to them for their service to our country."

She went on: "Likewise, the vice president [Mike Pence] has visited Walter Reed hospital where he sat down and talked to so many wounded soldiers who have put their lives on the line for all of us."

It's not known whether Lara—who has previously worked as a producer for Inside Edition—is part of the President's communications team.

Signing off, she declared: "Thanks for joining us, and that was the real news."

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