Turn Donald Trump’s tweets into child-like doodles with this tech trick

Turn Donald Trump’s tweets into child-like doodles with this tech trick

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YOU now have the chance to make Donald Trump's tweets eight again.

A clever tech trick switches out the normal Twitter font to a child-like scrawl so everytime the American President hits send on the social network, it will appear like a cryaon doodle on your feed.

 The tool will automatically switch Trump's tweets into this child-like font
The tool will automatically switch Trump's tweets into this child-like font

It's all thanks to a browser extension that converts the font into childish scribble.

To try it out yourself, you will need to use the Google Chrome browser.

Find the extension in the Chrome app store, and click add to Chrome.

When you next browse Twitter, Trump's tweets will have taken on an entirely different tone.

 Another Trump Tweet regarding the 'fake news media'
Another Trump Tweet regarding the 'fake news media'

Trump's Twitter account has been a source of much laughter - and anger.

The president has taken a less-than diplomatic stance when it comes to sharing how he feels, often to the fury of his followers.

 Trump on Russia
Trump on Russia

Yesterday he stoked the ongoing war of words with North Korea's despot Kim Jong-un.

He lashed out at the leader after he called him "old" by writing that he would "never call him short and fat".

The Tweet read: "Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me 'old,' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat?' Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend - and maybe someday that will happen!"

The pair has traded digs and threats as North Korea revealed its plans to create a nuclear missile capable of reaching US territory.

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