In case you were looking for a quick fix for Donald Trump’s infamous nastiness, we have an easy solution: A simple tool that will allow you to fix his posts for free.
Here are four tips on how to fix your own post: 1.
Add a disclaimer, or at least a warning to your post.
As the Trumps famously do, they use language that is not only offensive, but can be harmful.
For example, they call the president of the United States an “enabler,” an “author,” and “a liar.”
They also call the man who runs his campaign the “Republican Party,” a term they don’t use.
A disclaimer like this helps to clarify that your post is not the product of the Trump campaign, and you should be wary of the kind of hateful language that the campaign employs.
Keep your post simple and to the point.
Don’t try to be anything more than a click away from Trump.
He’s a nasty person, and even if he was a good person, it would be a shame if he had to listen to the “tremendous amount of negativity” that he sends out to his followers.
Make sure your post contains relevant, fact-based information.
A Trump supporter who was so enraged by his first tweet that he started an online petition demanding that his job be eliminated, is not a good candidate for the job.
Don, don’t try.
As Trump himself wrote, you can’t do anything with this post.
There’s nothing wrong with your words, but you can be certain that you won’t be taken advantage of.
You’ll also be far less likely to be exposed to the kind in which Trump has already exploited his followers by sending out anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim, and anti-LGBT-friendly messages.
So be careful what you say and do with the posts you create.