When Donald Trump tweets, he doesn’t usually just leave a message, but he can also use a hashtag that makes it easier for people to find his message.
Here’s what those hashtags are, how they work, and what they mean.
Trump has been using a hashtag, #ImWithHer, on several occasions since last week.
It has been used to encourage women and men to share their support for Hillary Clinton, as well as to condemn Trump’s comments about Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe.
Here are some of the most common #ImwithHer hashtags:#ImWithTheGirl – This hashtag is a way for women and people of color to support Clinton’s campaign.#ImForTheWomen – This is a hashtag aimed at encouraging women to support the campaign for Clinton and for women in general.#MyNameIsJulia – This tag is aimed at supporting the Clinton campaign.
In a statement to NBC News, the Trump campaign explained that this hashtag is not a violation, but added that they would “evaluate further” after reviewing the matter.
Trump’s tweets have been met with backlash from women and minorities across the country.
On Wednesday, for example, the hashtag #Trump2016 gained traction in the Twitterverse when he tweeted a video showing himself holding up the hashtag.
In the video, Trump appears to be holding up a sign that reads, “I’m with the girl.
I’m with her.”
As a result of the hashtag, Trump has been accused of racism, sexism, xenophobia, and misogyny.
On Thursday, the Republican nominee and his surrogates responded to the controversy with a series of tweets that condemned the hashtag and defended the president’s use of it.