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    Melania Teaches POTUS Trump How to Share Photos on Twitter?

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    It seems there are no social media skills that the world’s most popular Twitter user hasn’t mastered. Or, conversely, the beauty of the snow-clad paths and lanes outside the White House could not have only left President Trump at a loss for words, but made him totally forget how to post pictures.

    The US president came out onto a White House balcony to enjoy the bright-white blanketed lawns stretching below his feet, expressing regret that he couldn’t share all this breathtaking beauty with the American people.

    “Really is something – SPECIAL COUNTRY, SPECIAL PLACE!” he concluded.

    Moments later, FLOTUS Melania, as if reacting to Trump’s lamentation, posted a number of tranquil landscapes, showing the snow-covered lawn. One snap, a shot from the Truman Balcony, sported tiny snowflakes on greyish trees, with the distant Washington Monument almost blurring into the white winter skies.

    Despite the apparent beauty of the landscape, it is the ongoing shutdown that is one everybody’s lips, including in the comments below Melania’s post.

    “Did the people who shoveled the walkways get paid?” one asked in a straight-forward way, while another posted their own visual response to Melania’s snaps:

    Democrats, “vacationing instead of working together to make a deal” have naturally also been brought up:

    Some believe, however, Republicans, could have long ago set the ball rolling:

    Many, meanwhile, were moved by FLOTUS’ sharing her snaps:

     


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