People who voted for President Trump have begun to express regret over their decision, and Twitter is following along.
It's been almost a week since Donald Trump has officially taken office as U.S. President, but a number of U-turns on campaign promises of prosecuting Hillary Clinton and pledging "free health care for everybody" have left some supporters upset.
"[Trump] I voted for you. But my mom called me and told me I can't stay on her plan #ObamaHadMeCovered," Glenda Maria tweeted on Jan. 25.
Her post was retweeted last week by an account called Trump_Regrets, a platform where Trump's opponents come to see supporters question their decision to vote for Trump.
The account, which was created in November 2016, has since accrued almost 60 thousand followers.
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