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Trump Likes Another Weird Tweet About Summer Walker’s New Album

Apparently, Donald Trump is as impressed with the new Summer Walker album as the rest of Twitter.

The president took a break from fighting with his niece, the Supreme Court, and his “invisible enemy” the coronavirus on Friday, to show some appreciation for the R&B singer’s new five-song EP that was released late last night. Trump appears to have liked a tweet early this morning praising the transition between the first two songs on the album. The tweet reads, “Summer Walker getting us in our feelings in Let it go, just to bring the stripper back in SWV instantly.” Trump has since unliked the tweet, but the brief fav was enough to prompt the original Tweeter to ask, “WHY THE FUCK DID DONALD TRUMP LIKE MY FUCKING TWEET.”

Of course, this isn’t the first rogue Twitter like issued forth from the POTUS. Last month, the head of state heart-ed a tweet reacting to the season finale of Insecure, leaving it liked for days, causing the show’s creator and star Issa Rae to ask “what the fuck is this.” He’s also previously liked a tweet about Rihanna’s commendable work-life balance.

As Vulture pointed out, however, it seems doubtful that these likes are in fact coming from Trump himself as his preferred method of liking tweets is sending them to a staffer to have them printed out so he can autograph them.

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