Clinton to Trump: Delete your Twitter account
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"Delete your account," the presumptive Democratic nominee's account tweeted at Trump, after he posted that "nobody" wanted four more years of Obama. Tweets authored by the candidate herself generally include "-H" at the end, a shorthand signature of sorts.

Shortly after the Twitter back and forth, White House press secretary Josh Earnest was informed during the daily briefing that Trump had tweeted about the president’s move. 

It is the most-retweeted tweet of campaign to date, according to the Clinton Social Media Director Alex Wall. 

It had more than 120,000 retweets just an hour after being sent.

 

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