Keep on tweetin’ in the free world!


President Trump is the most followed head of state on Twitter

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is second

“I’m proud to announce to the media, to the American people, and to the Indian people, that Prime Minister Modi and I are world leaders in social media,” Trump said with a smile during Modi’s visit to Washington on Monday.

“We’re believers,” added Trump, “giving the citizens of our countries the opportunity to hear directly from their elected officials, and for us to hear directly from them.”

Whoever shall dominate social media shall rule the world

41C9E84100000578-4641364-Trump_delivers_remarks_before_dinner_with_India_s_Prime_Minister-a-22_1498533006311First Lady Melania was the Sunflower Goddess for the state visit of the Hindu Modi.


41C9354900000578-4641364-First_Lady_Melania_Trump_stepped_out_Monday_wearing_a_bright_yel-a-12_1498533005826The bright yellow Emilio Pucci floor-length floral print crepe gown retails for $2,160.


41CA04A300000578-4641364-Another_hug_Trump_and_Modi_embrace_again_as_they_say_goodbye_Mon-a-17_1498533006080Giving his famous bear hug to Trump, who doesn’t quite know what to do with it.

modi-putin-1_060217081005-1Holding hands (what’s that all about!) with Vladimir Putin.

GettyImages-691542282-1024x683Embracing Putin. hug for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

GettyImages-689807376-1024x701But he wouldn’t touch Germany’s Merkel the Jackal with a ten-foot pole!