Donald Trump's Recent Tweet On 'real Fan' Leaves Netizens Divided

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Donald Trump on Friday shared a post on Twitter that showed a 'real fan' whose snowplow displayed what is supposed to be a witty support campaign slogan

Written By Vishal Tiwari | Mumbai | Updated On:
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President of the United States Donald Trump on Friday shared a post on Twitter that showed a 'real fan' whose snowplow displayed what is supposed to be a witty support campaign slogan. In the picture, a snowplow was emblazoned with a slogan that read, "Trump 2020 Pushing Snowflakes Aside".

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Reportedly, snowflakes sometimes refer to the millennials or Generation Z, the demographic cohort succeeding the Millennials. So, if the media reports are to be believed, then Trump's tweet was directed against the young generation who focuses more on issues of identity politics and social justice and is also overtly sensitive in nature. However, netizens are finding it hard to fathom that Donald Trump is the one calling someone else a snowflake when he himself keeps complaining all the time. 

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President Donald Trump posted more than 140 times on Twitter on Wednesday, 22 January surpassing his mid-December record for the most daily tweets and retweets.

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