What is the real story behind the fake news scandal?

The comedian Erica Watson tweeted her support for President Donald Trump, tweeting a picture of herself with the president.

The tweet was shared more than 4,000 times and received more than 3,700 likes and more than 1,600 retweets.

Watson has been vocal in her support of the president and has criticized other political figures in the past.

However, she has been far from shy about sharing her opinions on social media.

The comedian tweeted her approval of the new Trump administration and the White House Twitter account in the early morning hours of Tuesday, August 29, 2018.

“Thanks for everything you’ve done for me & my family.

I will never forget you for all of my life,” Watson tweeted.

“Your support is what’s been missing for me and my family.”

Watson tweeted a picture from the Oval Office with the message, “Thank you for making my first trip with you to Washington a memorable one!”

It was a message shared over more than 10,000 tweets and received nearly 3,500 likes and nearly 1,000 retweards.

The White House has been criticized for failing to provide the same level of transparency to the public, especially since the President announced his resignation from office on August 29.

In the wake of the announcement, many have questioned why the President would not have provided his resignation letter to the media instead of making a surprise announcement to his supporters.

In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Trump defended his decision to leave the White Houses White House, saying, “I am not going to get into that.”

“I have a big family,” Trump said.

“I’m not going, ‘Oh, my gosh, I’m leaving a White House that I love and I love my family.’

I’m not.”

Trump’s comments came days after CNN reported that the president had asked his staff to provide him with his resignation in person, which led to his public apology for the scandal.