Lots of tweets and not much else for Trump since election day


In the three weeks since election day, President Trump’s most spectacular presence has been on Twitter. Since November 3, he has posted about 550 tweets – about three-quarters of which have attempted to undermine the integrity of the 2020 election results.






Tweets about election fraud

Tweets about election fraud


The president has challenged the legitimacy of the election more than 400 times since election day, although his allegations of fraud have been widely rejected.

As Trump’s attacks continue, the coronavirus epidemic is raging, worse than ever. In the past three weeks, more than 25,000 people have died from Covid in the United States.

Mr. Trump’s public calendar, meanwhile, was extremely easy, especially compared to his pre-election schedule, when he often attended several campaign rallies in one day.

From Nov. 4 to Nov. 23, he had only eight days on an official schedule, although he managed to maintain his weekend golfers at his club in Virginia, as he did most weekends in Washington.


Date

Public calendar

He played golf

Tweets about election fraud

New Covid Deaths

November 4

17.

1,616

November 5

He made television remarks about the election.

12.

1,108

November 6

27.

1,246

November 7

12.

1,007

November 8

19.

464

November 9

21

745

November 10

30

1,465

November 11

He attended the Veterans Day celebration.

21

1,431

November 12

Lunch with Vice President Mike Pence. He met with secretaries of state and the treasury.

31

1,172

November 13

You have received an update on the Warp Speed ​​operation. Update in the Rose Garden.

20

1,389

November 14

28.

1,210

November 15

32

623

November 16

Lunch with Mr. Pence.

19.

796

November 17

18

1,607

November 18

19.

1,923

November 19

20

1,962

November 20

Notes on the prices of prescription drugs. He attended a virtual meeting with Asian leaders.

15

1,952

November 21

He briefly attended the virtual G20 summit.

25

1,428

November 22

He briefly attended the virtual G20 summit.

11.

844

November 23

4

1,032


Note: The public calendar includes the president’s full public schedule for one day.

Trump also used Twitter twice to deal with staffing issues, acquitting the Secretary of Defense, Mark T. Esper, and the Chief Electoral Officer for Cyber ​​Security, Christopher Krebs. Mr Krebs systematically disputed Mr Trump’s baseless allegations that the presidency had been stolen from him by fraudulent votes and software bugs.

In a number of tweets, Mr. Trump clearly but falsely stated that he had won the election. His path to overturning the election results in court has only disappeared after a series of legal defeats in the battlefield states.