The balance of power on Twitter just shifted dramatically

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The tweets that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris posted today announcing victory are now both among the top ten most liked tweets in history. Trump’s most popular tweet today got barely one-third as many likes as Joe’s and Kamala’s tweets. The balance of power on Twitter has shifted dramatically.


According to the folks who track these things, Kamala’s tweet today is the seventh most liked of all time, and Joe’s tweet is the eighth most liked of all time. President Obama has the second and third most liked tweets of all time. Interestingly, Donald Trump doesn’t have any tweets on the top ten list.

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