Forever the procrastinator, social media changed Samantha Sugar’s life by providing her a means for income from taking selfies and rambling about things her family couldn’t tolerate listening to.
Since posting photos of all her meals, clothes and holidays to her social media accounts, Sugar established an audience of more than 600 followers from around the world who regularly ‘like’ photos she posts in skimpy outfits.
With the rise in economic interest on Twitter since President Trump’s inauguration, Sugar is confident she is ahead of the pack when interpreting the POTUS tweets.
“I’ve been following Donny since I entered Miss America,” said Sugar.
“They knocked me back saying I had to be American but I tweeted Donald and since then, we’ve been friends and I read all his tweets.
“The trade war stuff is so upsetting. I just wanted to send some help to all those displaced children so I ordered a pair of shoes online from China.
“They just arrived last week. I’m so glad I can do my part to end the trade war and the children are ok.”
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