On the 100th day of his presidency, President Donald Trump has already solidified his place in history as one of the more unconventional presidents, using social media unlike any of his Oval Office predecessors.
But while the tweeter-in-chief takes to social media to provide his own running commentary on hot button topics facing the American public, data findings by SocialFlow, a publishing optimization platform, show it’s the youngest Trump that has captured America’s hearts and minds.
SocialFlow compiled data after running an exhaustive search on major social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, including content that ran through their own site to those platforms from over 300 major media companies.
Barron, the son of the president and first lady Melania Trump,after he appeared at Mr. Trump’s January inauguration. The 11-year-old Trump was immediately defended by people from both sides of the aisle, including Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Using a mathematical algorithm, SocialFlow looked at the most-clicked articles about Trump since he was sworn in. The company found that stories defending Barron’s right to privacy were by far the most-read stories of the top 500 stories from the first 99 days of Trump’s presidency.
SocialFlow CEO Jim Anderson tells CBS News that Americans’ reactions to coverage of Barron appeared to be enormously encouraging.
“At a time when so much seems to divide our country, this is one example of how people from all parts of the spectrum share a common value: keep the children out of…
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