Doves Market, the social media account that launched this week, was created with a simple tweet.

It has already attracted more than 3,400 followers.

The account has also been retweeted nearly 2 million times, including from President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former Vice President Joe Biden, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Trump, Pence, Biden, Pompeo and Ryan all retweeted the DovesMarket tweet.

While the account is only the second account to be created on Trump’s official Twitter account, the president has already established a reputation as a loyal follower of social media and a leader in social media marketing.

Trump’s loyal followers have also been critical of his handling of the opioid crisis, which has seen a massive spike in opioid overdose deaths.

The President, along with his staff, have been busy retweeting Dovesmarket posts, but have also tweeted some of their own.

For example, Pence tweeted this on May 1:I would be more than happy to be a Doves customer.

I know you want it, but I can’t wait for the chance to buy a pair of Doves shoes!

This tweet was retweeted more than 1,700 times.

On March 25, Ryan tweeted this:Doves Market has also received support from the president’s former running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).

Ryan also retweeted this on March 25:@[email protected] @RyanPressOffice @[email protected] @[email protected] @realDonaldTrump @PencePressOffice Doves @dovesmarket Doves, my friend @realDonaldTrump, a real man!

pic.twitter.com/6o3rzZ1h9p — Paul Ryan (@Speaker_Ryan) March 25 of 2017Ryan, along of his running mate and former Vice president Mike Pence has been vocal about the need to protect opioid addiction, tweeting earlier this month:Our goal is to make the opioid epidemic a thing of the past.

But that doesn’t mean we don’t have to keep fighting for the opioid addiction epidemic, either.

We are not going to stop fighting for addiction.

The fight must continue.

#dovesmarketsdrugs https://t.co/kPxOwVq8XQ — Mike Pence (@mike_pence) March 24, 2017Pence and Ryan both also retweet this on February 28:@[email protected] we need @Dovesmarket to help us in our fight against addiction.

It’s our goal, @realDonaldTrump.

Please join us.

— Rep. Ryan (@RepRyan) February 28, 2017A few days later, Ryan wrote this:@doves market @realDonaldTrump its our hope that we can provide a new model for the government to provide assistance to opioid addicted families and individuals.

@realDonaldTrump is not president, but we are working on a plan to help you.

— Paul (@RepPaulRyan) May 9, 2017Ryan also retweet:@Trump @PENCEPENCE @PressSecretary @Presssec @Press Secretary House @SpeacherRyan @realDonaldTrump – @realDonaldTrump https://twitter.org/pbs_newshour/status/664776480686877360 — Ryan (@repryan) May 7, 2017Another example of the president helping his loyal followers on Twitter is when he tweeted this last Friday, with his daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her husband Jared Kushner, as well as other members of his inner circle:I’m excited about the opportunity to get back to my family, @IvankaTrump and @jaredkushner.

@dovemarket is a fantastic brand.

We’re so happy to welcome them back to the family.

I hope to see you soon!

I will be a dove soon.

— President Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 6, 2017While Trump has been critical about opioid overdose statistics, his tweet was only retweeted by a handful of people, including some of his former top aides.

A spokesperson for the president did not immediately respond to an email from Business Insider requesting comment on whether or not Ryan has shared his own views on the issue with the President.