Trump is now president of the United States.
A lot has happened since then, but the president’s actions and words are still relevant.
The media has covered all of it, and for the most part it’s been good.
But a few of his actions and statements, which are still pertinent, should be made public for all to see.
The latest one, on Twitter, should go up on every website that publishes the president, as well as in newspapers and magazines.
The tweets are not going to be taken down, but they are not in the public domain, as the president himself would probably prefer.
The first tweet was made on September 12.
It contained the word “Jeopardy!”, which means “Jeepers List”.
The second tweet was on September 16, three days after the US was hit by an earthquake and tsunami.
The president’s tweet is a direct response to the question posed to him by a Twitter user named @jeffmccormick.
He asked: “Is the @jessefaulkner impeachment trial imminent?”.
Trump responded: “No, I’m not going anywhere, I promise.”
It seems Trump may not have read the article, and so he chose to respond to the journalist by retweeting the tweet.
The tweet is currently the most-read tweet of the day, with over 1,000 retweets and a total of 3.6 million views.
The next tweet is on September 19, just after the president has tweeted about the bombing of the USS Cole, which killed 17 sailors.
It contains the word ‘USS Cole’, a reference to the ship that was sunk by a missile attack on the USS Maddox in 2000.
This tweet was retweeted by over 1.5 million people, more than double the amount of retweards of the previous tweet.
It also has a lot of negative and misleading information about the Cole attack, with no evidence for the claims that the US is involved in a war against Iran.
The US military said it is ‘not a military campaign’.
It is a humanitarian effort, which was started by the United Nations.
The United States does not have any military operation in Yemen.
It is not a military operation, it is a political effort to defeat the Houthi rebels, who are a branch of Al Qaeda, and the Iranian-backed rebels, led by Iran, who want to overthrow the government.
The Houthis have been backed by Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which have been bombing the country.
In the first few days of this bombing campaign, the US has been bombing them in support of the Saudi-led campaign against Yemen, in order to stop the Houthis from taking over the country and taking control of the country’s oil resources.
The bombing campaign began in March and has killed at least 17,000 people.
The second Tweet Trump made on the day of the Cole bombing was on March 24, the day after the first bombing campaign started.
It was sent to the New York Times, the Washington Post, the BBC, the Associated Press and the Associated Agencies, with the caption: “President Trump: ‘The Saudis, the Emiratis, and Qatar are killing our troops.
We need to be very clear on that, they’re killing our forces.’
This tweet is also not the most popular.
But it has been retweeted over 3.2 million times.
The third Tweet is on May 20, the same day that Trump tweeted about “Jeannie and I watching our boys die.”
It is on Twitter’s news feed, which is called the @NRO feed, and is an automated feed that takes a tweet and publishes it to thousands of people who can then follow it and comment.
The headline of the tweet, which reads: “We are watching our men die.
They died fighting for our freedom, our democracy, our values.
We have to do more to defend our values,” has been retweared more than three million times and has been shared more than 2.2 billion times.
This Tweet is also a direct rebuttal to an article in the Times, which suggested that the Cole attacks were the result of a Saudi-backed attack against the Houthij fighters in Yemen, a claim that has been widely refuted by the Saudi Arabian government.
It read: “The attack on US forces in Yemen was launched by Saudi-supported rebels led by the Houths.
It began in April with an air campaign, which has left more than 6,000 Americans dead.
We must not allow the United Arab Emirates, which funds the Houthie rebels, to support this extremist group, and we will not tolerate this.
Our fight will not be easy.
But if we are to prevail, we will have to make tough choices.
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