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Donald Trump Faces Backlash for Bragging About Being Popular on Facebook Amid Coronavirus Crisis

AceShowbiz Thursday, 2 April 2020
Trump, however, does not explain how he concludes that he's No. 1 on the site because former president Barack actually has gained more likes (55 million likes) on his page.
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