As noted by USA Today in November, President Donald Trump has sent out more than 2,400 tweets since he was elected president.
That number has only gone up in the nearly two months since the outlet counted his posts.
Some of his notable tweets came before his inauguration, when he was still the president-elect.
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Less than a month before taking the oath of office, Trump extended New Year’s greetings to everyone, including his “many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do.”
Last year was not the first time he wished his enemies a happy new year. In 2013, he acknowledged his “many enemies” again and wished them “a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.”
In 2014, he offered some advice for “all haters and losers” with his new year’s message, saying that “WINNING TAKES CARE OF EVERYTHING!”
According to the U.K. Independent, Trump believes he would not have won the presidency without Twitter. The social media platform allowed him to talk directly to his voters without the news media acting as a middleman.
But the president has been criticized for his heavy use of Twitter, with some of his friends and Republican congressional leaders trying to get him to reign in his Twitter rants.
“When somebody says something about me, I am able to go bing, bing, bing and I take care of it,” Trump told Fox Business in October. “The other way, I would never get the word out.”
Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker warned against Trump’s Twitter rhetoric after the president posted about North Korea earlier this year. Corker said the president risked setting the U.S. “on the path to World War III.”
Even White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has been criticized for not controlling the president’s Twitter habits, according to the Independent.
“I was not brought to this job to control anything but the flow of information to our president,” Kelly retorted.