A new Cricute project manager tool called Cricutt, which was announced by the Trump administration on Wednesday, is intended to help keep the press more focused on the president than the rest of the country.
The new tool, which has been in development for years, replaces the old PressGang program that lets reporters access a curated news stream to report on a story and then has the ability to publish it on the web or on other platforms.
It’s the latest move in the Trump campaign to control the flow of information across the nation, and its announcement could be a game-changer for the White House.
It could help it create a more unified message as it tries to convince voters to back Trump, as well as a unified agenda to rally the party base ahead of November’s election.
A Cricuta user can enter a news source, like the New York Times or Fox News, and click “Edit” to add information.
From there, they can select topics, including the president, and then “Select Source” to pick out a specific story.
The news source then becomes a “Cricut” account, which is essentially an app, where the user can choose from a selection of topics and a range of sources, including local news, national news, or other sources, and the app will deliver that story to the user’s smartphone.
Cricutt is a new kind of Cricutor, said Scott Brown, the vice president for news technology and public engagement for the Trump transition team.
It was developed by the Cricuts, a nonprofit organization of journalists.
“Cricuts are trying to democratize news gathering in America,” Brown said.
“What they’re doing is putting all of the information in one place.
They’re trying to create an ecosystem of news.”
Cricuta users will also be able to share the story with the rest in the C.V. that the Trump team has chosen.
The new tool can also be used to get a broader sense of the news in the president’s own words.
The press pool that was once an informal, unstructured, and occasionally contentious pool has become a more integrated and focused part of the press pool.
But the C Ricut project is also intended to allow the press to more easily access the president and his policies, Brown said, which can help the press get a more accurate picture of what Trump has been saying and what he intends to do.
“If you’re going to ask questions, you’re not going to get answers from the president,” Brown told Axios.
“The goal of the project is to give reporters a greater degree of access to the president.”
The CricUT project will be available to users of the Clicuts website from September, according to the announcement.
It will be integrated into the CripCast platform, which allows for live coverage of Trump events, Brown added.
“What we’re trying for is that we’re building a platform where we can have an app that’s designed for a broader audience and have it be more accessible to a wider audience, so that we can get more people to take part in our democracy,” Brown added, adding that he believes that it will “become a more effective tool to get more Americans engaged.”
The president has said he will not participate in the new Criut program, which will be implemented by August.
Instead, he will rely on the news aggregator Vox Media to manage the news.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.