Happy Fourth of July! Here are President Donald Trump's Fourth of July Tweets!

News by Saburo Published on 04 Jul,2017 Updated on 03 Aug,2017

Happy Fourth of July! We all know fourth of July is much more than just a historic date. Globally, this day of celebration is also one of the most talked about American celebrations.

The day marks the official independence of the states from their British Predecessors, in 1776. The Declaration of Independence was originally set to come out on 2nd July but the Congress held it back and finally released it on the Fourth of July, giving entire America a reason to rejoice forever.

This Fourth of July is unlike any other, you ask why? Well, we have President Trump and his tweets now.

President Donald Trump and his Fourth of July Tweets

Statistically, President Donald Trump has spent 12 percent of his life on Twitter as of today. He joined the microblogging site in 2009 at the age of 62 and is active then till date. It's not much of a surprise to know that Trump has been on Twitter for 1 out of every 9 days he’s been alive. 

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The aftermath of this is that we have a pretty good record of the past eight years of Trump’s life and how his tweets have evolved from President Obama’s two terms to his own.

And what we have realized is that President Trump is quite fond of the particular Holiday we call the Fourth of July. He has tweeted in ever single Fourth of July since 2009.

Here, we’ve got the list of President Donald Trump's Fourth of July tweets


Donald Trump actually started really humble. 


Yet another sober Tweet from President Trump!


This tweet sounds so modest and virtuous. 

Trump's first 3 years' tweets were very decent and straight forward. However, his tweets started changing their patterns in a year. 


And this was the year where he actually thought about cracking the "birth certificate" joke.

Then, the new era of Trump started where he started revealing his more outrageous side with various remarks on his Twitter

While he was busy endorsing Republican Mitt Romney on 3rd, 

On Fourth, he again made another "I predicted that" tweet 


On 2013, he maybe forgot about the Independence Day and rather spent the day by celebrating a legal victory.

He also retweeted a really tawdry response to the settlement.

After his over dramatic aggression, he then decided to actually show his obsession with sharks.

It again wasn't much of a surprise to see that he didn't tweet anything about the holiday itself.


He did in 2014 but with a little twist.

Well, he, of course, had to mention his losers and haters as well.


By 2015, he was finally the candidate for the presidency. And keeping that in mind, his tweets again changed their formats taking on his campaign slogan.


He celebrated the holiday with a very heart warming and professionally designed image and video.


Then finally Today, his first Independence Day as the President, he tweeted a video of a choir singing the song "Make America Great Again" with a humble caption as well.

A very positive and drastic change in the tweets he posted ever since from 2009 but that still leaves a question. Is Trump actually acting Presidential now?

Well, whatever it is, we wish that he really celebrates the day with the feeling of patriotism in the heart and does only good things for America in the upcoming years. 

Happy Fourth of July!