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Trumpís State of the Union Address Becomes Most Tweeted Ever

WASHINGTON Ė US President Donald Trumpís State of the Union address to the Congress on Tuesday became the most tweeted address ever with 4.5 million tweets, Twitter announced.

Trumpís address, Twitter said, led to a total of 4.5 million tweets with the hashtags #SOTU and #JointSession.

ďJoin me live for the #SOTU,Ē Trump, who is very active on the social media platform, had tweeted shortly before his address.

The 4.5 million tweets surpass the previous record of 3 million for Trumpís first address to the Congress in February 2017, which wasnít technically a State of the Union address, since he had been in office for only a month.

According to Twitter, the most retweeted message was a tweet with a link to watch the speech live.

Trump is very active on Twitter and is known for his controversial tweets.

 

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