When Will The Trump Presidency End?

With a year to go until Donald Trump’s inauguration, the president has yet to tweet anything meaningful about the future of his presidency.

But he’s already proven himself a prolific tweeter, tweeting over 1,200 times about the 2016 presidential election.

As the months pass and Trump’s presidency drags on, the Twitterverse seems to be buzzing with anticipation.

The Trump administration has a lot riding on the results of the 2020 election, and the tweets from the new administration are already giving us a glimpse into what the future might hold.

For example, we’re getting the latest on the ongoing investigations into Russia’s interference in the election and possible collusion with Trump’s campaign.

While it’s not clear whether these investigations will ever conclude, we’ve already seen a flurry of Trump tweets that focus on his presidency and the ongoing investigation.

Here are five of the most popular tweets from Trump’s first 100 days.


“The Fake News Media just can’t get it.

The Fake News has it wrong!

I won.

#MAGA” The president continues to defend his presidency, and tweets about the election.

He also says he won the popular vote by 3 million votes.

In the first few weeks of his term, Trump made his first tweets about an ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

The tweet, sent on June 16, 2018, included a picture of himself and his wife.

It also included the hashtag “#MAGA,” which translates to “Make America Great Again.”

As the president continued to defend the victory, he used the hashtag on July 11, 2018.

On July 20, he tweeted, “There will be NO SURPRISE!” about a special counsel being appointed.


“I will fight for YOU as President.

I will fight against the swamp.

I’ll FIGHT for our borders!

I will FIGHT for the 2nd Amendment.

I’m fighting for YOU!”

President Trump continues to tweet about the president and his administration.

He says that the “fake news” media has it “wrong!” in their attacks on him.

“They’re attacking me,” he says in the tweet.

“If the fake news media tries to do me harm, I will go after it like a man.”

In his tweet on January 16, 2019, Trump says that he’ll “fight like hell” for the border wall.

He continues to fight for the wall throughout his presidency even as his cabinet continues to undermine the funding of the border.


“It’s been a long road to the White House.

I think I’m on the right track!”

President Donald Trump tweets about his presidency during the first week of his first 100 day in office.

He then goes on to tweet again on January 24, 2020.

“And now, to kick off the next 100 days of the Trump presidency, I’m going to make it official: We’re going to win!”

The tweet includes a picture with the words, “Let’s go, Donald!”

The president says he’s ready to “fight for YOU.”

In the tweet, he also mentions that he “knows we can make this happen,” adding that he’s “going to work hard to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”


“So much is going on in our world right now that it’s hard to keep track.

Let me take you through it all in a day or so, with just a few simple words.”

President Donald J. Trump tweets during his first day in the Oval Office on January 23, 2020, about the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.

“Let me tell you a story about a man I met yesterday.

He’s a really nice guy, and he said something very interesting.

He said, ‘The best way to fight back is to get to work.’

And the best way is to work for YOU.

I want to thank the people of France for that.

I am so proud of them.

And we are going to keep fighting for their freedoms and their country.

And I am going to MAKE IT GREAT AGAINS.”


“We need to stop talking about our election results.

The media is trying to rig the election for their own gain.

They will stop talking!

They will start talking!”

President-elect Donald J, Trump tweets to his followers on January 27, 2020 at the New York Hilton hotel in New York City.

The president-elect is tweeting during his inauguration on January 20, 2020 in the White Castle in Washington, DC.

He adds, “I can assure you, the American people, the media and all politicians will never change their minds about this election or the results.

It’s time for our people to get back to work!”

The tweets come a day after he tweeted that “we have to MAKE THE DEMOCRATS CRASH!” in the House of Representatives on February 1, 2020 with the hashtag, “Make Our Democracy Last.”


“When will the Fake News stop trying to influence our election?