18 American wars described by Donald Trump tweets

Love him or hate him, President-Elect Donald Trump has a signature tweeting style.

Often imitated, he is sometimes accused of distorting facts. He’s got the diction that causes friction and the inflection that won an election.

With 16.5 million followers and each of them reading every tweet, Trump has the power to teach America a little something about its own history.

Hold on to your mortarboards: Here is every American war, as explained by Trump tweets. (Via TrumpTweetGenerator)

1. The American Revolution

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2. Quasi-War

3. Barbary Wars

4. War of 1812

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5. Indian Wars

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6. Mexican-American War

7. The U.S. Civil War

8. Spanish-American War

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9. Philippine-American War

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10. Boxer Rebellion

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11. World War I

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12. World War II

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13. Korean War

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14. Vietnam War

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15. Cold War

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16. Invasion of Grenada

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17. Invasion of Panama

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18. Desert Storm

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As for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, you can read his real views on his actual twitter account.

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