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Trump Tweets video showing how he is forever president



President Trump tweeted on Friday a edited video in which he is forever president.

According to Business Insider, the video was "taken over by a Time Magazine tweet from 2018, which shows a series of Trump advertising signs over the centuries to trump the media."

The original animation was intended to promote The cover story of the magazine about how "Trump Trump will outlast".

While the edited video shows the time cover, it ends with the President, who is seen over the last Trump Yard sign, where the years rise in four-year intervals are then accelerated to 90000, after which on the shield "EEEEEE" and then "4EVA" stands.

This video is not the first time that the president jokes about staying in office beyond the two-term limit.

After Chinese President Xi Jinping lifted the term limits, Trump reportedly said, "He is now President for Life, President for Life … And look, he could do that, I think it's great, maybe we'll have to do it someday

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