He's arguably the most infamous prolific tweeter the world has ever seen.

So it comes as little surprise that several of US President Donald Trump's 46,800 posts have come back to bite him.

Since joining the social media site in March 2009, Trump has used it to comment on everything from his disappointment in the Academy Awards to his disdain for Democratic politicians and the media.

The prospect of Mr Trump being impeached – which could lead to his removal as President – has dogged him ever since his inauguration.


Mr Trump actually asked in 2014 whether it was possible to impeach a president.

It remains to be seen whether that tweet will revisit him down the line.

The Trump administration has been rocked by several high-profile departures — including his first chief of staff Reince Priebus, followed by his second, John Kelly — since Trump took office in January 2017. Trump is now on to his third chief of staff in less than three years in office, prompting critics to drudge up this tweet:

Trump also seemingly bowed to the Saudi King – after criticising Mr Obama for doing it five years earlier.

Then-president Barack Obama had just made a deal to return Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl to the US in exchange for the release of five Afghan terror suspects detained at the US prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

This tweet went viral during Mr Trump's first week in the Oval Office, and many times since, including when he fired Michael Flynn for misleading the vice president.

In a series of tweets, Trump controversially weighed in on a scandal involving the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, saying she only had herself to blame for paparazzi photographs taken of her sunbaking topless in September 2012.

The tweets re-emerged this year when Trump travelled to the United Kingdom for an official visit, meeting with several members of the royal family, including the Queen.


According to NBC News, Trump has visited golf clubs on 237 of 1054 days since he took office on January 20, 2017 — at least 23.2 per cent of the days of his presidency.

That's despite having criticised Obama for golfing too much while he was in office, even promising at one point to give him free membership to his golf course for life if he would resign:

Trump held a fundraiser and rally in November last year, just hours after Hurricane Michael hit Florida as a Category 4 system and caused massive destruction.

"I cannot disappoint the thousands of people that are there ― and the thousands that are going," the president tweeted prior to the event.

However, in 2012, Trump slammed then president Obama for campaigning two weeks after Hurricane Sandy: