Trump's history in tweets

Washington (AFP) – President Donald Trump had made Twitter his favored channel for sharing unflattering nicknames, insults, video montages and even policy decisions. But he no longer has that soapbox, as the social platform permanently suspended his account, @realDonaldTrump, on Friday. Here’s a look back at some of his most memorable tweets: ‘Fake News!’After just a few months in office, the Republican leader shared in July 2017 a video montage of him throwing a man to the floor during a wrestling match, with his opponent’s face replaced by the logo for CNN. The tweet was shared hundreds of t…

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