Since taking office on Jan. 20, President Donald Trump has made national and international news with tweets sent from his @realDonaldTrump account.
And as of Saturday afternoon, Trump had tweeted from that account 516 times since becoming president, according to a search of TrumpTwitterArchive.com.
In those tweets, Trump accused the Obama administration of “wire tapping” him in tweets sent early on March 4. He took on North Korea and Snoop Dogg. And he touted his accomplishments over his first 100 days in office. But according to an Associated Press analysis of his first 100 days of tweets, engagement with Trump’s brief messages through the social media channel is waning, meaning the number of likes, retweets, quotes and replies is dropping. Read more from the AP.
Trump’s most popular tweets have commented on the economy, including the national debt and jobs numbers. Some of his most retweeted messages are those regarding his wiretapping claims. His tweets about allegations of ties between Russia and his campaign have drawn hundreds of thousands of retweets, likes and replies. His holiday messages also have proved to be among his most-retweeted: As of Friday afternoon, his Easter post had more than 41,000 retweets, and his Presidents’ Day tweet had nearly 50,000.
Those still are only a fraction of the number of retweets on Trump’s most popular tweet since announcing his candidacy in 2015: At 6:43 a.m. Nov. 8, election day, Trump tweeted, “TODAY WE MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!” It has more than 344,000 retweets.
Here’s a look at Trump’s top 20 most popular tweets from his first 100 days.