A wave of about 75 million tweets was been posted around the world regarding the presidential election on Tuesday. The company reported a whopping 75 million related tweets were posted amid Tuesday morning and 3 a.m. This number is much larger than the 2012 election-related tweets. Some have dubbed it as a Twitter Election, users in the United States and around the world have posted on this social network to discuss the campaign points, policy issues and also tweet memes, jabs, and political support. Since the time of the first Republican debate was conducted, Americans have posted about 1 billion tweets. Twitter exhibited that election-related tweets skyrocketed between 11 p.m. ET and 1 a.m. as outcomes came in showing Trump winning the run. Clinton’s last tweet on Tuesday was her second most retweeted, according to Twitter. “This team has so much to be proud of. Whatever happens tonight, thank you for everything”, is the candidate’s last tweet on Tuesday, which got 330,000 likes and 130,000 retweets.
Trump, who has used Twitter as one of his biggest, if not more challenging, political tools had already updated his bio reflecting that he now is president-elect.