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Tweets of February 7, 2020

February 07, 2020
Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump) tweeted 20 times on February 7, 2020
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February 07, 2020
"This President has done more for African Americans in this Country than any President since Lincoln." @LouDobbs
Retweets: 21410
Favorites: 106644
February 07, 2020
"The Senate acquitted President Trump of both charges fabricated by Congressional Democrats, led by Speaker Pelosi and Adam Schiff, to carry out the most egregious and partisan attack against any president in our history - a man they knew to be innocent." @LouDobbs @FoxBusiness
Retweets: 21029
Favorites: 87103
February 07, 2020
Just had a long and very good conversation by phone with President Xi of China. He is strong, sharp and powerfully focused on leading the counterattack on the Coronavirus. He feels they are doing very well, even building hospitals in a matter of only days. Nothing is easy, but...
Retweets: 16717
Favorites: 97671
February 07, 2020
....he will be successful, especially as the weather starts to warm & the virus hopefully becomes weaker, and then gone. Great discipline is taking place in China, as President Xi strongly leads what will be a very successful operation. We are working closely with China to help!
Retweets: 9392
Favorites: 51978
February 07, 2020
Don't worry, it won't happen!
Retweets: 28384
Favorites: 99787
February 07, 2020
Thank you Charlie!
Retweets: 10442
Favorites: 49419
February 07, 2020
So do I!
Retweets: 6556
Favorites: 30608
February 07, 2020
Very true, thank you Ted & John. I love Texas!
Retweets: 10878
Favorites: 49881
February 07, 2020
Welcome back James!
Retweets: 32803
Favorites: 150370
February 07, 2020
I think they should blame RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA again! If they can't count votes properly, how are they going to run U.S. HealthCare?
Retweets: 25882
Favorites: 108521
February 07, 2020
Retweets: 12228
Favorites: 40695
February 07, 2020
The Democrat Party has given up on counting votes in Iowa. Looks like it all got computer "fried". Nobody knows who the real winner is. Maybe it's Sleepy Joe, but it's not looking that way. They lost millions & millions of dollars, all for NOTHING. But I WON Iowa big!
Retweets: 26988
Favorites: 149995
February 07, 2020
Off to North Carolina!
Retweets: 9223
Favorites: 60993
February 07, 2020
Iowa and New Hampshire will not be moved from the Primary Schedule as long as I am President. Great tradition!
Retweets: 13827
Favorites: 74304
February 07, 2020
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!#PromisesMadePromisesKept????????
Retweets: 13284
Favorites: 52203
February 07, 2020
Another win just in. Nervous Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in Congress sued me, thrown out. This one unanimous, in the D.C. Circuit.Witch Hunt!
Retweets: 33164
Favorites: 161792
February 07, 2020
Great to be in Charlotte, North Carolina as we expand and grow this unprecedented economic momentum. Today, we launched a brand new nationwide campaign to revitalize under-served cities and towns across America – it's called OPPORTUNITY NOW!
Retweets: 17414
Favorites: 74961
February 07, 2020
I was very surprised & disappointed that Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia voted against me on the Democrat's totally partisan Impeachment Hoax. No President has done more for the great people of West Virginia than me (Pensions), and that will....
Retweets: 26365
Favorites: 121824
February 07, 2020
....always continue. Every Republican Senator except Romney, many highly religious people, all very smart, voted against the Impeachment Hoax. @SenCapito was all in (a great person). I was told by many that Manchin was just a puppet for Schumer & Pelosi. That's all he is!
Retweets: 17688
Favorites: 75540
February 07, 2020
After years building up other countries, we are finally rebuilding OUR Country. From our inner cities to our rural communities, the forgotten men and women of America are forgotten NO LONGER! #OpportunityNow
Retweets: 29403
Favorites: 109586
"Retweets" and "Favorites" data as of June 7, 2020

Donald J. Trump, Tweets of February 7, 2020 Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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