It is the most retweeted and liked message from the president.
When you go to Twitter to see the tweet in which Donald Trump dropped the bomb that he and his wife had tested positive for coronavirus, the “likes” and “shares” marker progresses like a clock. out of control.
Around ten o’clock in the morning in Buenos Aires, the tweet had been shared 763,000 times and counting … and reaped 1.2 million likes.
“Tonight, FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get out of this TOGETHER!” Trump tweeted.
The president has an impressive crowd of supporters: 86.5 million. And he just follows a half hundred accounts.
Local media highlighted on Friday how Trump’s explosive tweet broke the Internet.
According to the Axios site, the tweet uploaded at dawn quickly became Trump’s message more retweeted and with more I like.
The tweet went up at 12:54 a.m. Washington time and set records while most Americans slept, so it will surely be even bigger.
It is also the president’s tweet with the most likes.
Previously, the president’s most liked tweet was one from 2019 announcing that rapper A $ AP Rocky had been released from jail and was heading home to the United States from Sweden.
Trump was last seen by reporters returning to the White House Thursday night and appeared to be in good health. The president is 74 years old, which puts him in increased risk suffering serious complications from a virus that has infected more than 7 million people nationwide.
In a report, the president’s doctor said that both Trump and his wife, who is 50, “are doing well right now” and that they “plan to stay at home inside the White House during their convalescence.”
The diagnosis, with a few weeks to go before the November 3 elections, means a major setback for a president who has desperately tried to convince the American population that the worst of the pandemic is over.
Additionally, it stands as the most serious public health threat ever faced by a serving American leader in recent history.