TRUMP ReTWEET: “We won. Move on.”

President Donald J. Trump used his Twitter account Friday morning to send a clear message to the Democrats and liberal media outlets that cannot and will not come to terms with his victory in November 2016.

The president retweeted a map of the United States posted by the Twitter account, “Trumpism 3.0.”

The map shows all the areas where Donald Trump won the presidential election over Democrat rival Hillary Clinton. The map, which can be seen below, is overwhelmingly red (the color used to represent Republicans).

Above the map, Trumpism 3.0 writes the words, “We won. Move on.”

Trump retweeted the message to his account which has 35 million followers.

What is interesting about the Trumpism 3.0 account is where it links…

Under the profile posted on the Trumpism 3.0 Twitter account are these words:

Trumpism epitomizes Conservatism, Capitalism, patriotism, & respect for the Constitution. #MAGA Please help Nicky https://gofundme.com/HelpNickyFightCancer …

The GoFundMe link leads to a donation page with a video of a young girl who is in the hospital. Her head is shaven — she has cancer.

Below the video is this description:

My daughter Nicky is 8 years old and she has been battling sarcoma cancer for over a year now. She loves art, dancing, learning new things, and making new friends. Nicky is trying to stay positive after having doctors remove a very large tumor on her arm, but now a new tumor is growing very quickly. Please help Nicky fight her battle with Cancer!
To help Nicky, donate here.
#TrumpTrain #MAGA

Nicky and her dad are seeking $100,000. To date, they have raised less than $30,000.

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