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  • Donald Trump sends love to Italy
  • Twitter reacted to Donald Trump's post sending love to Italy
  • Donald Trump compared coronavirus to a common flu

Donald Trump sent some love to Italy, but some netizens only mocked the POTUS.

The president of the United States took to Twitter and shared a clip of flypast honoring Italy amid the coronavirus outbreak in the country. “THE UNITED STATES LOVES ITALY!” he wrote in the caption.

The POTUS post sparked mixed reaction from his followers and other online users with some even mocking him. While Trump extended love to Italy, they said nobody loves him while some said that the POTUS doesn’t know what love is.

“But nobody loves you!!” @Stop_Trump20 commented.

“No one loves you,” @HaroldUnruh2 added.

“THE UNITED STATES AND ITALY HATES YOU!” @PaulLidicul opined.

“You don't know what love is,” mental health and counselor Jeffrey Guterman commented.

Another online user apologized to Italy and wrote, “As an Italian, I’m doing my best and we will vote him out shortly.”

“The world actually laughs at Trump constantly. He's literally one of the most hated people, especially now,” @GeoLiberman added.

“Trump is an embarrassment to America,” @joanna74191627 commented.

Meanwhile many also showed support to Trump. Several thanked the POTUS for his support for Italy.

“As an Italian American I will be voting for President Trump,” @leo_thirteen13 commented.

“The world respects President Trump's outstanding leadership!” @MatthewJshow wrote.

Last week, Trump compared coronavirus to a common flu. However, several disagreed especially those from Italy. One netizen responded to the POTUS’ post saying that they made a big mistake by treating COVID-19 like a flu.

In related news, Trump’s wife Melania Trump was advised to have a “thicker skin.” According to Kate Andersen Brower, “social media has made everything more vitriolic and negative” which affected the way politicians and their spouses are perceived.

US President Donald Trump remains symptom-free one week after a dinner with several Brazilian politicians who have since tested positive for coronavirus US President Donald Trump remains symptom-free one week after a dinner with several Brazilian politicians who have since tested positive for coronavirus Photo: AFP / SAUL LOEB