Business mogul Donald Trump is the maestro of Twitter. Trump has learned to use Twitter to leverage enough media exposure and attention to save the millions of dollars other candidates spend on paid media. And Donald Trump's tweets during the New Hampshire primary were, just like most of his tweets, anything but humble.
If you're looking for an entertaining evening of insult comedy mixed with forceful declarations of testosterone-driven superiority, there is no more interesting feed to follow that that of @realDonaldTrump. He started out the day trying to rally voters to get out to the polls and cast their votes for the candidate who vows to "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN" in all caps and remind supporters of his positions on issues like his plan to "repeal and replace Obamacare." With what? With something much better — duh.
Trump also wanted to remind people that ISIS doesn't have any respect for leaders in the U.S. and that if he wins, he will get "very fast results."
And, as the evening rush hour to the polls started to pick up, he promised New Hampshire voters that he would stop heroin and other drugs from coming into New Hampshire. And before anyone asks another lame question about how Trump can do that, just think for a second: the infamous wall, of course, and more security.
The Trump campaign did it's work in New Hampshire getting out the vote, and Trump did his typical Trump stuff on Twitter during the primary.
Here's the promise to save America...
And his threat to deal with Isis and be a true "leader."
And repeal and replace Obamacare.
HE'S BUILDING A WALL, PEOPLE.
Trump's tweets made it clear (IN ALL CAPS) that the wall will come if he is president, even if he doesn't know just how he'll make Mexico pay for it.