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Donald Trump's First Twitter 'Like' in Years Is Awarded to Rihanna

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Donald Trump's First Twitter 'Like' in Years Is Awarded to Rihanna

Donald Trump's First Twitter 'Like' in Years Is Awarded to Rihanna

Donald Trump's First Twitter 'Like' in Years Is Awarded to Rihanna President Trump has only ever liked eight tweets since he started using Twitter.

Though he avidly posts on the platform, the last time he "liked" someone else's tweet was almost two years ago.

But on June 10, the president liked this tweet about Rihanna and work/life balance: The internet became instantly intrigued and confused.

Twitter user Twitter user Within the excerpt of the tweet, Rihanna discusses the need for personal days.

Rihanna, via 'Interview'

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