The president is “most compassionate” and “most empathetic” but is “not perfect” in his handling of the Ebola crisis, a viral tweet from the president is catching fire.
The president’s account is currently at more than 2 million tweets a day.
It began with a tweet Tuesday morning in which he tweeted about the Ebola epidemic.
The tweet was quickly retweeted more than 100,000 times.
By Wednesday, it had been shared more than 8,000,000 time.
As of Friday afternoon, the account had nearly 8,400,000 followers.
The number of people sharing the tweet has climbed from a few dozen to more than 3 million in just a few hours.
The tweet is gaining traction, garnering attention and getting more likes and retweets than the president himself has.
The viral moment has spawned an endless stream of memes.
Many people have been trying to figure out what happened, but many have yet to understand that there is a big difference between the president and the person he is tweeting from.
The tweets are usually about things the president doesn’t know or that are out of his control.
They also tend to be personal in nature, often about a personal crisis.
Some people see the tweet as a way to express sympathy for a loved one, but others have pointed out that the tweets are in direct contradiction with the way President Barack Obama has treated people in the United States since being elected in 2008.
The Trump administration has also been criticized for being slow to act on the crisis, with the president tweeting last week that he would be sending troops to West Africa.