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retweet

To forward a Twitter post that someone sent you. It is accomplished by starting the tweet with "rt@" or "retweet@" followed by the name of the person who sent it to you and then your comments; for example, rt@sendername or retweet@sendername. See Twitter and tweet.
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In an earlier similar re-tweet, he shared a screenshot of the story when it was posted and wrote: "Quint takes down its story.
May's spokesman responded to Trump then, saying, "it is wrong" for the US president to re-tweet the inflammatory videos.
The disgusting re-tweet has been removed and we have changed all account passwords.
The mogul has not approved it, but did re-tweet a caricature depicting him as Pepe the Frog in October 2015, with the caption "You Can't Stump the Trump".
Bar the odd mishap with a re-tweet and a statement lost in translation, Dr Tony has instilled optimism into the club.
In addition to matching 10 percent of donations made to Feeding America until June 30, Ally will donate USD10 for every tweet or re-tweet from Ally using the hashtag #TenPercentMore, and for every tracked share of the #TenPercentMore post on Ally's Facebook pages during the same period.
Reach out by searching for hashtags within your industry, like and share your followers' blogs, re-tweet and comment on their posts.
Use Twitter to network yourself; tweet / re-tweet industry-related posts, follow potential employers, recruitment agencies and job boards, to help demonstrate interest in a particular career choice.
htm Hot Table , a western Massachusetts and central Connecticut-based jointAaAeAeA th promises "the freshest, tastiest panini you've ever had," if you re-tweet (https://twitter.
Turkey has now become a country where you tweet or even re-tweet at your own peril.
Organizations might find their members are more likely to re-tweet or click through messages during specific times.