In that way, presidential candidates who had their tweets covered more in the news were able to get their message to more potential voters.
However, only 30 of these do their own tweeting, more than 80 do not subscribe to other politicians and many do not follow any accounts.
The New York Times estimated that 34% of Trump's tweets in the days after the election were flagged by Twitter.
On February 21, 2012, it was announced that Twitter and agreed to a partnership.
As of April 2016, his successor, , has 9.
Called , the use of such an open protocol would relieve companies of the sole of content.