Why did Trump tweet so much?


Recode is reporting that President Donald Trump tweeted more than 1.4 million times in his first month in office, surpassing the 1.1 million that President Barack Obama reached in his final month in the White House.

According to the report, the president’s Twitter activity spiked as Trump entered the final weeks of his presidency, and his total tweets during the last week of his term were also significantly higher than his average tweets during that time frame.

In addition to tweeting more, Trump’s tweets included multiple retweets and comments from the White of Holmquist.

According the report:The data show that Trump’s final tweets were not simply about politics, as his initial tweets were mostly about policy issues, and a large part of the tweets were about Trump’s administration.

In his first tweet of the month, Trump posted a picture of himself sitting in his hotel room with his family, who were seated in the same chair.

Trump’s tweet was retweeted more than 50,000 times and shared over 9,000,000 time.

In its second tweet, Trump retweeted another photo of himself at his home, with a caption reading “This was not my home.”

Trump also shared a photo of his children playing in the yard.

The third tweet of Trump’s term was his first since he became president, and it came two days after he was sworn in.

He tweeted, “This is the most surreal moment of my life.

This is not my country.

This has been an unbelievable journey.

It has been the greatest privilege of my lifetime.”

Trump was not the only president to reach this milestone in the first few weeks of their term.

In February, Bill Clinton reached the 1 million mark in his presidency.

He reached the milestone in his second week in office in May, and reached the mark in January.

He is currently at 1.5 million.