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Donald Trump and his campaign are getting another reason to fight on Twitter.
A new Facebook search engine that searches for “Trump” is being introduced, and the company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has promised to make it searchable by “every day of the year.”
But while Facebook’s search engine is a huge step forward for a platform with only a handful of users, its search engine will be limited in terms of what you can find.
While you can still find many articles on the search engine containing links to news stories about the Trump administration, those articles are generally a fraction of what’s out there.
It is not possible to go directly to the Trump Administration website.
And even though you can search for news articles related to the president on the newsfeed itself, the search bar on the right-hand side of the page is missing a search bar icon, meaning that the news feeds of news outlets that use the service will only show you news items related to that specific news organization.
And if you’re not already a member of the Trump family, you’re still not getting the full experience.
There’s no search feature for the President’s Instagram page, where he posts photos of himself with the children.
And while you can type in “Donald Trump” to get to the homepage of his official Twitter account, you can’t search the feed itself.
“We wanted to build a search experience for our community that would be meaningful to our members and the communities they care about,” Zuckerberg wrote in a post announcing the new search tool.
“With the help of the community, we’ve created the Facebook Search Engine for Every Day of the Year.”
And that’s just the beginning of the changes that are being made to the platform.
For example, you won’t be able to type in your own name to search the news feed.
That will be fixed for a future update.
You won’t get the ability to share links to a specific article in the news search, either.
And, while you’re in the News Feed, the news is only shown to people who have signed up for a Facebook account, or to people in your social circles.
You’ll also get to see the trending topics, but not the articles that are most popular in that time period.
Zuckerberg said he wanted to make sure that users “can’t get stuck on a news story that’s not relevant to their day,” and said that there are plans to bring back the ability for people to post their own news stories, but that the site will be “designed so people can see what is trending and what is not.”
The new search is the latest in a string of moves Facebook has made to try to make its platform more useful to its members.
Zuckerberg recently announced that users will be able access Facebook’s Timeline, which includes the feeds of the most recent posts, from the new Search page.
And last month, he said that the platform will have a search function in the app that will help users find what they’re looking for.
Zuckerberg has also promised that the company will be adding search capabilities to its mobile apps over the next few months.
“Our search is going to be one of the things that people use to find what’s trending on the web,” he said at the time.
“People will be searching for what’s popular, what’s new, what people are reading, what they are watching, what the most shared stories are.
That’s one of my main goals for this year, and it’s going to happen over the coming months.”