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Nicolas Sarkozy Signs Up For Twitter Just In Time For Campaign

He has two tweets to his name, under 24 hours on the network, and over 40,000 followers: not bad for a first day on Twitter.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has just signed up for Twitter, in time for the official start of his re-election campaign today.
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Michelle Obama Joins Her Husband On Twitter

Michelle Obama has finally signed up for her very own Twitter account, tweeting to support her husband’s reelection efforts in November.
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Official Obama Twitter Account Embraces Black Friday, Tweets About Campaign T-Shirts And 10%-Off Coupons

It appears the feverish need to sell, sell, sell on Black Friday has reached even the President of the United States: Barack Obama’s official Twitter account took to hawking official election 2012 wares on the biggest shopping day of the year.
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How The Presidential Candidates Are Using Twitter [STATS]

Did you know that Herman Cain is the Republican Presidential candidate most likely to be retweeted? Or that Newt Gingrich tweets nearly 500 times in a week?

The Associated Press took a hard look at how the Presidential candidates are using Twitter to promote themselves and their campaigns, and found that 140-character skills among the political elite varied wildly.
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Facebook’s Founding President Signs Up For Twitter, Apologizes To “Zuck”

He’s well-known in the digital circles for his entrepreneur spirit, having founded both Napster and Facebook, but it’s taken over 5 years for Sean Parker to start tweeting.

Parker signed up for Twitter today, and in his first, and thus far only, tweet, apologizes to fellow Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for jumping on the competition.
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President Obama To Tweet, Personally, From @BarackObama During Campaign

If you follow @BarackObama, you’ll get to hear from the President himself from time to time on the campaign trail and from Washington.
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President Obama’s Autopen Tweets About Life As The AOTUS

If you’ followed the political brouhaha in the US last week, you’ll know that President Obama “signed” a four-year renewal of the PATRIOT act using a machine while he was out of the country. And now this machine, known as an autopen, has jumped on Twitter to enlighten us about what life is like as the AOTUS.
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Is @RealDonaldTrump the Twitter Feed of a Future President?

If you’re not following Donald Trump on Twitter… well, I wouldn’t necessarily recommend you do. Regardless of the speculation surrounding his possible presidential bid, his tweets are definitely not presidential material.
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Twitter Users Complain that News of Osama’s Death Interrupted “The Apprentice”

As jaw-droppingly unbelievable as this article’s headline is, it’s true: dozens (and likely more) of Twitter users took to the network this week to complain that the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death interrupted the TV show they were watching. And, while we don’t have a sarcasm detector handy, many of the tweets seem genuinely upset that “The Apprentice” was put on hold for “some stupid speech” by the President.
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Follow JFK’s 1000 Days in Office 50 Years Later, on Twitter

2011 marks the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s inauguration as the 35th President of the United States – and you can follow his thousand days in office on Twitter.
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