Alyssa says ‘not enough’ on Trump tweets: ‘Not enough’ in Trump’s account

Alyssah McCain-Sellers said on Wednesday that she “not enough” to read President Donald Trump’s tweets and has asked Twitter to review them.

In a tweet to her 2.5 million followers, McCain-Stellers posted a video of her reading the president’s tweets.

“The last tweet was a complete and utter lie, it was a lie,” McCain-Smiths video read.

“It was a fabrication.

The last tweet he said that I said, ‘Oh, you can’t tweet about that.’

I said it was fake.

So, that’s why I’m asking them to review his tweets.”

The video also featured McCain-Sullivan asking the President for his Twitter account to be deleted.

McCain-Sullivan wrote that she was “thrilled” by the president breaking with his campaign rhetoric and tweeting about the opioid epidemic.

“I am thrilled to see that he finally realizes that he has not done enough,” she said.

“If you want to know why I am happy that he is taking action, look no further than his recent tweet about me and my son.

I have been fighting the opioid crisis for the last two and a half years.

He knows he has a responsibility to do something about it.”

In another tweet, McCain Smiths video called Trump “a narcissistic, narcissistic bully.”

“He is not a good president,” McCain Smith said.

The White House has not responded to a request for comment.

In addition to McCain-McCain, the president also retweeted a tweet from a conservative website claiming the “fake news” of a Trump tweet “has been confirmed by the mainstream media.”

The president also tweeted that he was “happy to have had the opportunity to meet the President of the United States and our two sons,” referring to President Donald J. Trump Jr. and his son Eric.

The president did not address McCain-Trump’s allegations in his video, saying that he does not want to “distract you from the important issues facing the country.”

“Let me just say, you know, we are not the only ones that are hearing the false information that is going on out there.

This is going to be a long day,” Trump said.

McCaine Smiths was one of the first members of Congress to publicly criticize Trump’s campaign rhetoric, including his call for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration and the firing of the FBI director James Comey, who was leading the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.