Google’s SMS campaign is ‘not a joke’

News headlines News headlines | May 05, 2018 09:07:00 Skype users are not getting SMS messages from US President Donald Trump and his aides.

Instead, the US president’s office is using Google’s service to distribute text messages from his aides, according to a recent story by Reuters.

Skypes are a popular messaging app for US citizens and business people, used by tens of millions of people in more than 80 countries, Reuters reported.

The news agency cited unnamed US officials as saying they have received about 3.6 million text messages, with about one-third from US aides.

The messaging service, Google’s official messaging service for users around the world, has been widely criticised by some in the US for sending out text messages without their knowledge, according a Reuters investigation.

The messages were also sent by an American to an American citizen and to a US company.

The US officials declined to be identified because of the sensitivity of the matter.

However, the Reuters report said that it did not specify the nature of the messages sent by US officials.

Last month, the White House said it would stop sending out SMS messages to the US President.

Earlier this month, Google announced it would cease sending text messages to US PresidentDonald Trump.

In a statement to Reuters, Google said that its service was “designed to deliver a better user experience” by allowing users to reply to text messages and to receive more relevant and relevant-to-them messages.

The company added that text messages could be sent in two ways: by email, which takes about 15 seconds, and by a mobile app that automatically delivers the message.

The Reuters report does not state whether any of the text messages sent from the White Tower were in error.