Donald Trump‘s Twitter account has been infamous since long before he launched his presidential campaign in July 2015. And now that he’s in the White House … well, nothing’s really changed: He’s continued to be an active Twitter user into his presidency, sparking headlines, commenting on policy and critiquing journalists on the platform.
As we mark President Trump’s first 100 days in office Saturday, let’s take a look back at some of the most noteworthy facts and figures on how he tackled his first 100 days on Twitter — and how Twitter tackled him.
Trump’s most retweeted message since January 20 came just two days after the inauguration, in response to the hundreds of women’s marches held across the globe. The tweet wasn’t written in his usual brash style, which had users skeptical that Trump himself sent the tweet. One said,”He didn’t tweet that. That’s not his verbiage,” while another asked, “Who wrote this? An assistant hacked you didn’t they?”
The second most retweeted tweet was one congratulating the New England Patriots on their Super Bowl comeback, and the third was in reaction to an appeals court upholding the halt on his first travel ban.
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