The destiny boss is restraint people on Twitter like there’s no tomorrow

Since winning this year’s presidential choosing a speak of a 2016 Twitter-sphere, Donald Trump, is heavily utilizing a site’s retard feature.

It appears that a controversial tweeter has motionless if he sees anyone badmouthing him or conflicting with his policies on his favorite amicable media site, he will simply strike a digital “you’re fired” button, dismissing a neglected supporters from his Twitter life.

Sick burn, Donald.

Now, as some-more and some-more people share their own personal “I’ve been blocked by a destiny President of a United States on Twitter” tales, it seems as yet a restraint scheme — routinely indifferent for impassioned instances — is apropos second inlet for The Donald. 

A slew of Twitter users, trimming from confused to amused, are announcing that they have been blocked by Trump’s central comment and including screenshots of Trump’s untouched form as proof. How this plays out once he is in a White House is anyone’s guess. 

As of Friday afternoon, Trump’s has 16.5 million follower. But who knows how many he’ll have once he’s finished with his restraint spree.

Ah, politics.

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