Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

President's Tweets Make Top 10 List - Obama's Tweets, Not Trump's

President's Tweets Make Top 10 List - Obama's Tweets, Not Trump's

They all made the biggest splash on Twitter this year.

Obama was also responsible for three of the ten most-retweeted tweets of the year.

On April 5, Wilkerson asked Wendy's how many retweets he would need to get free chicken nuggets for a year.

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No. 1 was a teen seeking free Wendy's nuggets, which has been retweeted more than 3.6 million times.

Camera IconThis Barack Obama tweet was a hit on Twitter. But for all his furious posting, the tweeter-in-chief failed to make Twitter's lists of most-liked and most-retweeted posts of 2017.

His tweet in response to the bad events in Charlottesville, Virginia earlier this year where a white supremacy rally took place got the most likes on Twitter in 2017.

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Camera IconCarter Wilkerson's chicken nugget tweet kept the teenager in fast food.

Obama would make the top nine most retweets two additional times while current President Donald Trump did not make this specific list. He was the subject of the seventh most-shared tweet, with a tweet from Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James knocking Trump for rescinding Stephen Curry's invitation to the White House in honour of the Golden State Warrior's National Basketball Association championship.

But Donald Trump did have one win - he took the top spot for the most tweeted about elected world leader.

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