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Donald Trump should probably just stop retweeting things.
In fact, he should probably get a social media manager to tweet for him and destroy every keyboard within a mile of him.
He has to understand that left wingers are trolling his page all day long looking for anything to take out of context.
As was the case on Thursday, when Trump got in trouble for retweeting a political cartoon that was Photoshopped to be pro-Trump. The original was taken from a cartoonist who is most assuredly anti-Trump and anti-Israel.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 8, 2016
The original cartoonist, Carlos Latuff, tweeted the Republican presidential front-runner his original cartoon and a scolding on copyright laws.
— Carlos Latuff (@LatuffCartoons) April 8, 2016
Taking a quick look at some of Latuff’s other work, it is obvious where he stands.
— Carlos Latuff (@LatuffCartoons) March 12, 2016
Although. another social media user gave a more accurate depiction of that particular cartoon.
— tony torres (@tony_tonyt) April 8, 2016
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