@realDonaldTrump does not exist

Written By: - Date published: 6:27 am, November 4th, 2017 - 4 comments
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4 comments on “@realDonaldTrump does not exist”

  1. Wairua 1

    You mean Donald Trump is just a media strategy ? Who is running the store ?
    Qui Bono ?

  2. Incognito 2


    The USA was without POTUS for 11 min; did the VP get notified?

  3. joe90 3

    It’s almost like Twitter is a casual social media site and not a secure platform to communicate policy positions with constituents at 3AM during bouts of pre-dawn delirium.

  4. SMILIN 4

    What did he say TWIT or Tweet when it was over ?

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