Donald Trump
Donald Trump will continue to use Twitter during his presidency. He and wife Melania Trump are pictured at a New Year’s Eve celebration at the Mar-a-lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida on Dec. 31, 2016. Reuters

President-elect Donald Trump might not change certain social media habits after his inauguration. His White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, said that Trump will continue to use Twitter often throughout his presidency.

On ABC's "This Week," Spicer said that he sees results when Trump tweets. He also noted that the President-elect’s comments didn’t need to be filtered through the media.

“You know, with all due respect, I think it freaks the mainstream media out that he has this following of over 45-plus million people that follow him on social media, that he can have a direct conversation. He doesn’t have to have it funneled through the media,” Spicer noted.

Like most aspects of his life, Trump’s social media use has been subjected to some serious scrutiny. Trump has made headlines when he used the account to state his stance on nuclear weapons, claim that millions voted illegally, criticize media outlets like Vanity Fair and NBC News and question if Russia really hacked the election. On Saturday, the former “Celebrity Apprentice” host even used the social media platform to wish a Happy New Year to everyone, including his enemies.

On his “60 Minutes” appearance in November, Trump said he would use the platform less after taking office. “I’m going to be very restrained, if I use it at all, I’m going to be very restrained. I find it tremendous. It’s a modern form of communication,” he said.

It still isn’t clear, however, which Twitter account Trump will use. While the @POTUS account will be given to the Trump administration, it isn’t known if Trump will maintain his personal account (with over 18.4 million followers) or move to Obama’s former account (with just under 13 million followers).

Though Trump embraces newer methods of communication publicly, it will be a different story when it comes to classified discussions. “It’s very important, if you have something really important, write it out and have it delivered by courier, the old-fashioned way because I’ll tell you what, no computer is safe,” Trump told reporters Saturday while fielding questions about Russian hackers, AP reports.