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How many tweets did Trump send as president?

From his official declaration of candidacy in June 2015 through the first two-and-a-half years of his presidency, he tweeted over 17,000 times. Since early in his presidency, his tweets have been considered official statements by the president of the United States.

Trump Appears to Hit Record for Daily Tweets

One sign that Trump is worried about impeachment? His avalanche of tweets.

How many tweets did Obama send as president?

As of January 18, 2019, Obama’s account had 104,251,685 followers, followed 616,446 accounts, and had posted 15,573 tweets. Well into 2011, it was following the most people of any account on the network and was the third to achieve ten million followers.

Washington Post

1 day ago

123 Tweets in One Day: A Trump Tsunami

Who has the most tweets ever?

Beating the current world record held by Yusaku Maezawa @yousuck2020 (5.3 million!) Thank you for everything.

The New York Times

14 hours ago

(WASHINGTON) — The always-prolific Tweeter-in-chief appears to have hit a new record.

The president’s @realDonaldTrump account had tweeted and retweeted 115 times by late Thursday night, marking what could be his most active day on the platform yet.

The avalanche came as the House Judiciary Committee pressed toward a historic vote to approve articles of impeachment against him.

Trump has noticeably ramped up his tweeting during the impeachment inquiry. He tweeted 77 times Wednesday and 105 times Sunday, repeatedly declaring his innocence and retweeting comments and video of supporters defending his conduct.

Read more: It’s Official: President Trump Has Tweeted More Words Than James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’

Trump also took time Thursday for a tweet promoting Mar-a-Lago, the private club he owns in Palm Beach, Florida. Trump’s relationship with the club has drawn alarms from ethics experts who note that members and guests can pay for access to the president, who spends frequent winter weekends at the resort.President Donald Trump speaks during a Keep America Great rally on Oct. 17, 2019 in Dallas, Texas.

Thursday’s deluge of tweets drew the attention of a leading 2020 Democrat, former Vice President Joe Biden, who tweeted that Trump should “Give it a rest, man.”

Trump’s reelection campaign slapped back, quipping, “Sleepy Joe knows a lot about rest.”

White House spokesman Judd Deere added that Trump’s “use of technology to communicate directly with the American people should be praised, not criticized.” He said the media should focus on Trump’s accomplishments “instead of obsessing over how many times the president has tweeted.”

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