What are the latest social media posts about President Trump?
A new social media trend has captured the attention of Washington, D.C., residents as President Donald Trump tries to regain momentum.
The new social-media trend is the “Trump” and “Dossier” hashtags, which are popular in Russia and elsewhere on the Internet.
It’s an attempt to reclaim public trust in the president, as well as his supporters.
The hashtag, which is popular on Twitter and Facebook, was first introduced in January, but the president has been using it for weeks, tweeting about the dossier.
His tweets have included a photo of a smiling Trump surrounded by a white house and a red carpet with the hashtag.
Trump’s tweets have also included a tweet that reads, “I’m so proud of the job I’ve done in office.
It has been a great privilege.”
In his first official speech as president, Trump said he has the “stamina, the energy and the temperament to be successful.”
In recent days, he has tweeted about the “Russian collusion” narrative and his efforts to “disarm ISIS,” while also claiming to have been “taken care of” by the “fake media.”
The President’s tweets on the hashtag have been more than twice as many as the tweets in which he made the “Dodo” reference, according to data compiled by the Washington Post.
The “Doodle” hashtag has been trending on Twitter since late January, and the President’s Twitter feed has been the most-tweeted hashtag on the platform since March 2.
According to the data, there have been 2.1 million tweets about the hashtag since the beginning of the year, while there have only been 1.2 million tweets in support of the president.
The tweets about “Dodos” were also more frequent in the first quarter of the new year, according the data.
In fact, the President is the most retweeted person in the country, with 1.1 billion tweets.
He’s also the most popular person in Russia, with more than 2.6 million tweets.
The President, the Russian president, and Russian President Vladimir Putin are often cited as the reason the Kremlin has been pushing for the U.S. to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, as it would align with its stance on the status of Jerusalem.
Trump has been critical of the Russian President’s policy towards Israel.
The Russian president and his aides have been the first to point to Trump’s criticism of the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Trump has said that the Israeli leader should be deported.
Russian President Vladimir Assad is another popular figure in Russia who has been accused of carrying out airstrikes against civilians in Syria, and is a strong supporter of Assad, which has sparked anti-Trump sentiment in the U:S.
A Russian Twitter account has claimed responsibility for the attack, tweeting, “Terrorists carried out the operation in Damascus today, targeting a funeral in the Old City.
It’s the most powerful attack since the war began.”
In January, the U.:S.
Senate voted unanimously to approve the “Hamas Resolution” calling for a two-state solution for the Palestinian people, but it has not yet passed into law.
The resolution does not call for the United States to recognize the Palestinian state.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the tweets about Trump.