Talking pictures, but they’re not true

Talking pictures, but they’re not true

He has been criticised for making a statement by showing the photograph on Twitter.

It is not clear whether the picture w카지노 사이트as meant to be a joke but his supporters and critics have taken to Twitter to argue he is being deliberately misleading his audience.

The photograph, taken during the Women’s March on Wash바카라ington, is captioned: “When the President speaks and people hear the words and their hearts drop, their hands go up.”

That has caused controversy on Twitter and prompted people to argue that Trump has already said the same thing – and yet, they say, the President has not spoken.

I guess @realDonaldTrump has already said there are “a lot of people in the crowd” but nobody will be here in real life? pic.twitter.com/5Qp4yQGwGQ — The @ReachForTheReal (@ReachfortheReal) January 21, 2017

He also retweeted a picture of the scene in Washington, and wrote: “We’ll see how the evening ends for you우리카지노 tonight.”

It is not clear whether the photo was meant to be a joke but his supporters and critics have taken to Twitter to argue he is being deliberately misleading his audience.

One user, called @jezebel_, claimed on Twitter: “You cannot imagine how much pain that crowd feels. Trump must want us dead.”

Another wrote: “The President has been very clear that the picture was to demonstrate an actual image – not simply a photo-op, which is exactly the type of thing he does now.”

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The photo was originally uploaded to the web by user @NoraBaker on 21 March, and she later deleted it after criticism.

Trump is an enthusiastic supporter of women’s rights, and has called for a ban on abortions, as a way of making life easier for women and children.

This includes the controversial phrase “Mexico, wherever you are” and it has been used by a few of his administration officials in their defence.

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