Donald Trump tweeted more than 5,300 times from June 2016 through Nov. 1 of this year, a span covering much of his election campaign and the first nine months of his presidency, according to Brandwatch, a social media analysis platform. Click on for a collection of his most politicizing tweets.
This was one of Trump's first tweets after being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Then-White House communications director Sean Spicer would be widely ridiculed for saying it was the one of largest inauguration turnouts in history. Spicer, who resigned after six months on the job, joked about the experience at the Emmys.
Trump tweets in exultation after ex-FBI director James Comey's testimony to Congress.
Scarborough, Brzezinski's fiance as well as co-host, used to be friends with Trump and had Trump on his morning show many times. After this incident, he slammed the president and publicly dissolved the relationship.
Trump proclaims a historic shift in how presidents communicate. He often attributes his 2016 victory to his use of Twitter.
Trump retweets a tweet of him supposedly clotheslining CNN in a pro wrestling match. Some saw it as boorish and threatening, sparking a national conversation that dominated the Fourth of July weekend news cycle.
The anthem controversy touches on issues ranging from labor relations to the freedom of speech.
Corker's description of the White House as an "adult day care center" prompted Trump to retaliate.
Trump fired off a series of tweets after three of his campaign aides were indicted by a federal grand jury in the probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.
Trump sticks to his guns on the topic of whether his campaign colluded with Russia.