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The most recent presidential debate saw Donald Trump dominate the podium, but he also dominated the Twitter conversation.

His retweets from that debate alone surpassed that of his nearest competitor, Jeb Bush, according to a tweet tracking data service.

The two candidates each have a strong following on Twitter, with Trump having a total of 2.2 million followers, and Bush’s total of 1.7 million.

The average retweeter on Twitter is a Republican.

However, the candidates are competing in a way that is different from the typical election cycle, when candidates have to rely on a network of supporters and supporters networks to generate excitement.

That has made Trump’s candidacy, and in particular his candidacy in the 2016 election cycle , more lucrative than his rivals.

Trump’s Twitter following and his influence on Twitter are both enormous.

He has over 2 million followers and over 5 million followers on Twitter.

Bush, on the other hand, has fewer than 1 million followers.

That means Trump’s tweets have more reach and reach in a given day, as opposed to those of Bush or Clinton.

In fact, Trump’s reach is higher than that of both Bush and Clinton.

In fact, the combined reach of Trump and Clinton is nearly as large as the combined social media reach of Jeb Bush and Joe Biden.

And that may be why Trump is doing so well with his followers, as his Twitter followers have more social influence and reach than any of his rivals in the race.

Trump has built his social following in large part by tweeting.

And he has an enormous following, with over 1 million Twitter followers, in part because he tweets about topics that his followers are passionate about.

He is a strong supporter of the military and is known for his strong support of military veterans.

And he has also been a prolific tweeter.

As of October 2018, Trump had nearly 11 million followers online, according a data tracking firm called Quantcast.

The tweets that Trump has tweeted are frequently about policy and are also often controversial.

For example, during the Republican presidential debate, Trump made a series of racially insensitive comments, including suggesting that African Americans could be killers and rapists, and suggesting that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States.