On Wednesday, Trump tweeted a record 131 times between 12 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. ET, The Associated Press reports. He did not let the World Economic Forum, international travel, or a Senate impeachment trial get in the way of his Twitter time.
This was his most active day on Twitter since he became president. The previous record was set just last month on Dec. 12, when Trump tweeted his heart out as the House Judiciary Committee began its session approving two articles of impeachment against him. His fingers were never faster than they were on Dec. 15, when he set his record for most tweets per hour, firing off 58 of them between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. ET.
Trump started tweeting while still in Davos, Switzerland, where he attended the World Economic Forum, and kept at it while flying back to the United States. Wednesday was the most active Twitter day of his presidency, but Trump’s record for most tweets ever was set in 2015, when he was still hosting The Celebrity Apprentice.
He tweeted 161 times in one day, with most of them about the show.