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Luke Hannenberg, Staff Writer

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HE:  The subject of Donald Trump’s twitter behavior has been up for debate because of his perceived aggressive tweets. Trump’s twitter is not only a valuable resource to follow the president’s actions but also a great way for him to connect with his supporters and hopefully connect with new ones.

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the ‘Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times’. Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!” tweeted Trump.

Sub-tweeting a tyrannical dictator? What a savage. Sub-tweeting, meaning, Indirectly tweeting something about someone without mentioning their name. Even though their name is not mentioned, it is clear who the person tweeting is referring to. Some people believe that this tweet is putting American citizens in danger; however, that is far from the case. Why would our own president put his own people in danger? It does not make any sense. Although shortly after he sent this out, there were some repercussions; other than every liberal news source basically blowing up, something else was doing some blowing up. Headlines were shown such as “North Korea missile reportedly blows up on launch.

Truly this is a man with great wit and humor. His twitter is a vital importance to the American people. He continues to grace the world with his knowledge and information continuing to keep a great relationship with his followers.

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