Donald Trump's 5 Strangest Twitter Follows

President Donald Trump has no shortage of Twitter followers, but he's stingy when it comes to following back. As of today, has over 31 million followers but he only reciprocates with 45 accounts. And some of those stick out worse than his Orangeade hairdo. 

Here are five of Trump's strangest Twitter follows.

1. Himself

Almost one quarter of Trump's 45 follows are technically himself. Trump follows Team Trump, Trump Golf, Trump Vegas Hotel and 7 other accounts bearing his name. So his newsfeed is pretty much dominated with tweets about himself.

No wonder people accuse him of having a narcissistic personality disorder.


2. Vince McMahon

Trump has collaborated with a lot of celebrities over the years - from singing with Regis Philbin to acting opposite Will Smith. But he follows very few of his friends from the entertainment industry, which is why WWE impresario Vince McMahon sticks out on Trump's Twitter page.

Trump has appeared in the ring, in the crowd or backstage of WWE events at least ten times - including the infamous Battle of the Billionaires that saw The Donald spar with McMahon:

3. The Drudge Report

Since becoming president, Trump has made outrageous and unsubstantiated allegations of being wiretapped by Barack Obama, of rampant voter fraud in America and more. And if you've ever wondered where he gets those wild claims, you might want to look at the news sources he follows.

On top of keeping tabs on Fox News personalities like Sean Hannity, Trump follows The Drudge Report - a news aggregate site featuring tabloid-style content. For instance, a Drudge Report post from 2016 revived a Bill Clinton paternity hoax, even though it had debunked 17 years earlier by none other than The Drudge Report. So the site isn't exactly reliable.

In fact, 20 years ago, a judge overseeing a defamation suit against the Report and its founder - Matt Drudge - said, "Drudge is not a reporter, a journalist or a newsgatherer. He is, as he himself admits, simply a purveyor of gossip."

4. Piers Morgan

Donald Trump and British journalist Piers Morgan are longtime friends, but politics has driven a wedge between them in recent years. So seeing Piers among Trump's select followees is surprising given their falling out in public.

“The principle of what he is doing is understandable; the way he has gone about it, in my view, is unacceptable," Morgan said last January. But those disagreements only make Trump more like family, he suggested. "I have friends and family members who I totally disagree with about politics, it doesn’t mean I can’t be friendly with them or like them.”

More recently, Morgan sharpened his attacks on Trump, calling his friend out for acting precious in a Daily Mail article titled, 'Dear Donald, when did the ballsy winner who was going to Make America Great Again turn into President Paranoid Snowflake? Stop whining. Your friend, Piers.' 'Nuff said.

5. Ann Coulter

Like Morgan, Ann Coulter is turning on Trump - but for the opposite reasons. The outspoken pundit is disgusted that Trump isn't living up to his campaign promise to run things differently in D.C.

"Where is the great negotiation? Where is the bull in the china shop we wanted?" Coulter told The Daily Caller recently. "That budget the Republicans pushed through [in May] was like a practical joke...Did we win anything? And this is the great negotiator?"

She added that Trump supporters are "petrified" of what they're getting from The Donald, but she's not giving up just yet. "It’s not like I’m out yet, but boy, things don’t look good," she said.

And it looks like Trump isn't giving up on Coulter either since her remarks haven't made him unfollow her yet. Maybe that's because she praises his tweets while criticizing his leadership. "I love his 3 AM tweets. I think they're hilarious," she told CNN recently.


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