Trump tweet

President Trump tweeted this today.

When an East Texas resident did something about Trump 2020 signs being stolen, President Donald J. Trump tweeted about it.

About an hour ago, Trump tweeted with a photo, "In Lufkin, Texas — someone was stealing Trump signs, so an anonymous tree climber put up 30 of them throughout the community. Love it, thank you! #MAGA"

In one hours, the tweet had 38,300 likes and 10,700 retweets.

There is a photo of a large tree with a a "Trump 2020 Keep America Great" blue flag in the photo Trump tweeted.

Last week, KRTE-TV reported a Lufkin man heard someone stealing a sign and went outside to see them running across the street to their car. The man said there were reports of 40 signs being stolen.

In a retweet of the president's post, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Tyler, said he took the photo posted by Trump this morning and sent it to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. 

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