It’s not fake news — President Trump is on a Twitter tear.
The tweeter-in-chief set a record in June, with 362 missives, broke it in July with 424 and again in September with 485, according to a report by Bloomberg.
This month, he is on pace to shatter the record, with 723 likely by the end of the month.
On Nov. 7, during his visit to South Korea, Trump blasted off 51 tweets.
The next day, he kept his 42.6 million followers busy reading his dispatches from Beijing, where he skirted the “Great Firewall” during a late-night session.
Many social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are banned in China, where a sophisticated system has been built to deny online users access to blocked content.
Ever since his election, Trump has used his favorite soapbox to foreshadow his policy decisions, tout his accomplishments, praise his allies and mock others with monikers such as “Little Rocket Man,” “Crooked Hillary” and “Liddle’ Bob Corker.”
His tweets have been cited by federal judges, sanctioned as official White House statements and elicited ridicule, such as his infamous “covfefe” head-scratcher.
Even some in Trump’s base appear to be getting sick of the sheer volume of tweets — but the president shows no sign of easing up, according to Bloomberg.