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    The President Is in: Public Opinion and the Presidential Use of Twitter 

    Pain, Paromita; Chen, Gina Masullo (Social Media and Society, 2019)
    Analyzing President Trump's Tweets (N = 30,386) with the first tweet starting from 4 May 2009, this article looks at the nature of his conversations with the public and the building of public support for his candidacy, ...