How to beat social media backlash

The American public’s anger at Donald Trump has been so severe that some have decided to use social media to vent their frustration and make it known.

But what’s really going on?

How do you fight social media anger?

How do you get people to shut up?

Here’s how.

When I was a student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, I did a project that used Twitter and Facebook to try and teach students how to navigate social media.

And I’ve been working with the students for the past four years, so it’s pretty good.

In the past year, I’ve noticed a lot of people using Twitter to vent.

One of the tweets that I tweeted recently said, “What if a reporter in the United States was fired?” and that I was fired because of my race.

And there were about a dozen tweets like that.

I was pretty shocked.

I was like, “Why do people think that?”

It’s not a racist thing.

And they weren’t.

It was an incredibly hurtful thing to say.

They were just saying that, and they didn’t know what the hell they were talking about.

They were just coming at me.

I mean, I know the internet, so I was trying to get people in a position where they could get a better understanding of it.

It’s just so hurtful.

It’s really important for us to recognize that it’s not just people saying things, but that people feel like they’re getting called names.

It could be the president of the United State or the first lady of the U.S. or a senator.

People feel like people are doing a lot more to make the situation worse.

And I think that’s the biggest issue: The fact that we’re seeing this level of anger and how it’s going to be directed toward the president.

When you start seeing the president being called a Nazi, it’s a big deal.

I think it’s the best thing that could happen for us.

What do you think of the president’s reaction?

I was a little bit surprised that he was doing it.

I didn’t think it would be that hard for him to respond.

But it certainly was.

We’ve been in a very tense environment for a long time.

The president is in the position of having to defend his administration, and we’re going to have to make sure that we respond in a way that reflects the level of concern and anger and the level that he feels about it.

And the president also has to address the fact that his own party is so divided.

If there’s a lot in the way of anger in the country, and if there’s so much anger, it really could make it difficult for him, if he’s not careful.

I think that the president has to make it very clear to the country that this is a president who is trying to do the right thing, who wants to make America great again.

And that means doing the right things for people in his own country, for people who are trying to keep their jobs.