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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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"You know, you retweet something that sounds good, but it turned out to be from a player that's not the best player in the world," Trump said.
Trump's complete retweet read Epstein "had information on Bill Clinton & now he's dead.
During the first usability test, Twitter found it was challenging for people to quickly understand all the content in a Retweet with media.
Some of the Americans reactions to President Trump's retweet include:
Anyone looking for a retweet from Theo should tweet him about their business on Sunday between 5pm and 7.30pm and include the hashtag #SBS.
Not for over five million followers who helped Maezawabreakthe world recordfor the most retweeted tweet on Tuesday.
Some authors, such as Spiro, DuBois and Butts (2012), define the elements of how a tweet becomes a retweet, including, for example, "the number of hashtags, URLs, and mentions" of other citizens.
From the above data analysis, we can observe that, in the process of information propagation, the scale of messages propagation is similar to the scale of first-layer propagation of messages, the scale of direct retweet of original messages.
The dab dance move photo of the Grand Tour star was accompanied by the caption: 'Dab on it wagwan x.' It led to his own daughter Emily tweeting: "Who did this?" 7 PC DAVE Wise raised awareness for suicide prevention in October when he tweeted the UK's suicide prevention helpline and asked people: "Will you retweet and possibly save a life?" 8 SIX foot seven inch tall Stoke striker Peter Crouch was pictured alongside two giraffes and joked of spending "time with family".
PC DAVE Wise raised awareness for suicide prevention in October when he tweeted the UK's suicide prevention helpline and asked people: "Will you retweet and possibly save a life?" TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson posted a picture of his attempt to dab back in July when he was on holiday in Mallorca.
The dab dance move photo of the Grand Tour star was accompanied by the caption: 'Dab on it wagwan x.' It led to his own daughter Emily tweeting: "Who did 7 PC DAVE Wise raised awareness for suicide prevention in October when he tweeted the UK's suicide prevention helpline and asked people: "Will you retweet and possibly save a life?" 8 SIX foot seven inch tall Stoke striker Peter Crouch was pictured alongside two giraffes and joked of spending "time with family".
However, in a reply to Trump's retweet, the Netherlands Embassy corrected some of the tweet saying the person identified as a "migrant" was born and raised in the Netherlands and was sentenced under Dutch law.