Trump's Angry Tweets are Made using Android

Donald Trump is officially the republican nominee for the President of the United States. Despite current President, Barack Obama and other political leaders saying Trump would never get the nomination, he has done just that. Now, if you've followed the race to The White House at all this year, you'll know that Trump has a history of saying whatever pops into his head. Whether he should or not. And the same thing goes for his Twitter account. In fact, Todd Vaziri who is a visual effects director in Hollywood, noted that Trumps angrier tweets came from an Android device, while his nicer ones came from iPhones.

Vaziri decided to take a look at some more of Trumps tweets and checked out his last two months of tweets, and it appeared to follow that same hypothesis. A data scientist from Stack Overflow also decided to take a look, and created a pretty cool graph (below) of the words used in tweets from each platform. Of course the ones coming from an Android device area full of emotionally charged words, as you'd expect, since those are the angry tweets, according to data.

Of course, this doesn't meant that he's upset when he picks up his own Android device, versus being happy when he picks up an iPhone. It's more the fact that Trump himself uses an Android device (the tweets don't show us which one in particular), and a member of his staff uses an iPhone. Which would make sense. As a Presidential candidate has a lot of other things on his plate while running for office, than just keeping up with his Twitter account. Not to mention Trump is also still running his business.

Things have gotten pretty interesting between Trump and the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton as of late. And lately, there's been a pretty big deal about a comment that Trump has made about Clinton and the second amendment. Things are going to get a whole lot more heated as we approach the November 8th election here in the US. And Trump's Twitter account may get a whole lot more interesting as well.

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