‘I’m sorry’: Trump’s tweets about the Emoji War and the ‘biggest fake news’ story ever

President Donald Trump used Twitter on Monday to defend his tweets criticizing the Emojis Wars.

In an apparent reference to a New York Times article on the Emo Wars, Trump said, “I’m really sorry, but the Emovments have done a lot of great things, and I think that people are looking at them with envy.”

The president also tweeted that he has “very good feelings” about Emoji Wars, but has also tweeted “the biggest fake-news story ever” about the controversy.

Emojis are a series of characters created by the video game and anime companies Nintendo, Sega, Square Enix, Capcom, Bandai Namco and Bandai Entertainment.

They are created to represent a certain emotion or feeling in the minds of users.

Trump has called Emojines “the worst thing ever,” but has been accused of being a hypocrite for his criticism of the Emotions Emoji Project, which aims to bring emoji to every device.

“I have very good feelings about the emojis, but I’m also very disappointed in the way that they’re used,” Trump said.

“I think it’s a horrible, terrible thing.

I think they are a waste of money, and they’re a waste for kids, and it’s going to cost them jobs.”

Trump also wrote on Twitter that he “really like” the EmiDroid app.

The app, which launched in the U.S. in April and is available in more than 200 countries, allows users to draw pictures with emojines and send them to friends.

Trump has been vocal about his dislike of the app.

He tweeted in August that the app “needs to be shut down.”