Despite how you may feel about the Trump man, be careful not to mistake his fake Twitter and Facebook accounts for his real ones.

Many Fake news articles will take quotes from satirical/fake Trump pages as supporting evidence. His real accounts are “Donald J. Trump” with a “.” after the J, contrast to the fake ones without said “J.”

For example, a recent fake news article by a CNN imposter claimed trump signed an executive ordering agencies to finally take action to lessen the effects of climate change. In it, they quoted an alternate Trump page that said :Climate change is real folks, get on board the Trump train with this one!” when his real one still denies climate change: “The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.”

Although alternate Trump pages claim outlandish things just as Trump does himself, don’t fall prey to them and allow them to shape your opinions.

Check the “About Us” section, the name, references, the verification of the page, and even how many people like the page to see if its his real one.

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