Donald Trump has lost Twitter followers since he lost the presidential election against Joe Biden – while the elected Democratic president hired them.
According to the Factbase website for tracking Trump’s public statements, the president has lost 133,902 followers since Nov. 17, while the president-elect has lost 1,156,610.
Sunday beep, CNN presenter and media journalist Brian Stelter said that while Twitter followers are “certainly not the most important metrics in the world,” “it’s still worth noting: for the first time since 2015, Trump is constantly losing followers”.
Factbase, he pointed out, “measured the small decline for 11 days”.
Trump has 88.8 million followers, who continue to tweet Biden’s unsubstantiated allegations of election fraud and all conspiracy theories.
At the time of his last post, the video was held at a crowd at the rally and said: “WE NEVER LOSE THIS CHOICE!”
Trump has it complained on Twitter’s treatment, allegedly biased against conservatives. Many observers expect that as soon as he leaves office, the site will stop reaping the benefits of suspicions about fake and inflammatory messages.
Biden has 20.2 million followers.
Monday morning is his latest post read: “It’s time to get rid of hard rhetoric, lower the temperature, and listen to each other again. In order to progress, we must stop treating opponents as enemies. We are not enemies. We are Americans.