The tattoo artist who drew the first tattoo on the face of President Donald Trump on Twitter has been called a hero for her daring act.

The woman, whose name was not released, is credited with the first ever political tattoo on a US president.

“It was my first tattoo and I was thinking about this thing called political tattoos, and it really struck a chord with me,” Ms Tania Jones told ABC News.

The tattoo, which she drew with her mother and sister, was on the right cheek of Ms Jones’s left eye, and was done by the artist herself.

“I think I’ve always had a fascination with politics, and this was just the first time that I felt that way,” she said.

“This was the first political tattoo that I had.”

The woman was approached by the President’s Office to have her tattoo removed, and said she had “no other choice” but to take it.

“He wanted to be a part of my story,” Ms Jones said.

Ms Jones is now a political tattoo artist in Melbourne, where she works with other young women to help them learn the art.

“We’ve had a lot of young people come through our studio who are really passionate about this,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne.

“A lot of people don’t realise how important it is to understand what it means to be human, to be part of the human family.”

Ms Jones was inspired to create the tattoo after watching a clip of her own sister’s tattoo removal.

She said the moment struck a “huge chord” with her.

“When I saw the clip of my sister’s removal, I thought, this is exactly what I want,” she explained.

“The reason why I decided to go and do it was because I wanted to do something different.”

Ms Tanias tattoo is also the first to include the words “Love Trumps Hate” on her body.

“There is a reason why we’re in this situation, because there is a massive divide in society between what we want to be and what we are,” she added.

“So I think it’s important to understand that, and to just go with it and embrace it.”

What is a tattoo?

A tattoo is a design on your body that has been created to convey something about your identity, such as your race, gender, or sexuality.

“Tattoos are a very powerful symbol for so many people, and so many different people,” Dr Sarah Williams, an artist and lecturer at the University of Melbourne, told ABC ABC Radio.

“People have been tattooing their identities for a long time, and many of them have done it for generations, and their meanings have changed over time.”

A tattoo is just a simple piece of paper with a message on it.

“Because that is what the President is, he is championing people with disability, not to have tattoos on his skin.” “

In this case, the message of the tattoo is not so much that the President of the United States likes to be tattooed on his face, but that he wants to be recognised as a person who is a champion for people with disabilities,” she noted.

“Because that is what the President is, he is championing people with disability, not to have tattoos on his skin.”

What are the dangers of tattoos?

Tissues can get damaged by tattoos, which can cause the ink to bleed or fade.

“If the ink is dried out, it can cause scarring to the skin, and there are many other problems,” Dr Williams said.

Dr Williams advised that people with health issues or allergies should not have tattoos done on their body.

If you have any concerns about your skin, visit a doctor.

“But even if the skin doesn’t get any more damaged, it’s still something to be aware of,” she concluded.

“You don’t want to get tattooed just because you like it, you want to know what you’re getting yourself into.”

How can you get a tattoo removed?

If you’re a member of the public and are concerned about your tattoo getting damaged, or if you’d like to learn more about tattoo removal, check out our guide to getting your tattoo removed.

What’s the difference between political tattoos and political graffiti?

The term “political tattoo” is a term used by the tattoo artist community to describe political tattoos that are made by political figures.

These are often done in a political statement or to express an opinion, such in the form of slogans, slogans, or symbols.

“Politically tattooing is not a new thing in Australia, so we do have a lot in common with people who have political tattoos,” Dr Jones said, adding that “political graffiti” is the same.

“Sometimes people get political tattoos just to be politically active, because it’s not something that you can express to the outside world, and you just want to have a political message.”

Dr Jones also told ABC Melbourne that political graffiti can