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The Most Talked About Tweets Of The Year

were largely focused on two things: the US Presidential Election, and the death of Harambe the Gorilla.

It seems that 2016 was the year of the political tweet. From Donald Trump's Twitter rants to Hillary Clinton's clever quips, the election was a never-ending source of material for social media users.

But it wasn't all doom and gloom. The death of Harambe, the gorilla who was shot after a child fell into his enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo, sparked a wave of memes and tributes that had everyone talking.

So, what were the most talked-about tweets of the year? Here's a look at the 10 that got the most attention.

1. Trump's 'I alone can fix it' speech

At the Republican National Convention in July, Donald Trump delivered a speech in which he declared that he alone could fix the nation's problems. The comment was widely mocked on Twitter, with many users pointing out the irony of a billionaire businessman claiming to be the only person who can help the country.

2. Clinton's 'delete your account'

In June, Donald Trump tweeted that Hillary Clinton was "Crooked Hillary," and said she would be a "terrible president." Clinton responded with a simple message: "Delete your account." The tweet quickly went viral, and was even retweeted by Clinton herself.

3. Trump's 'final thought'

During the final presidential debate, Donald Trump said that Hillary Clinton was "such a nasty woman." Clinton didn't respond to the comment during the debate, but shortly after the event, she tweeted a GIF of herself shrugging, with the caption "final thought."

4. Obama's 'here's to eight years'

After Donald Trump was elected president, Barack Obama tweeted a message of unity, saying that he was looking forward to working with Trump over the next four years. The tweet was widely seen as a gracious gesture from the outgoing president, and was retweeted more than 1.6 million times.

5. Clinton's 'mirrors'

In October, a 2005 audio recording surfaced in which Donald Trump made lewd and offensive comments about women. In response, Hillary Clinton tweeted a message to girls and young women, telling them to "stand up, speak up, and keep fighting." The tweet was accompanied by a video of girls and women looking at themselves in mirrors, with the message "we're not going anywhere."

6. Trump's 'covfefe'

In May, Donald Trump tweeted the word "covfefe," which quickly became a source of confusion and amusement on social media. Trump later claimed that the word was a secret code, but many people speculated that he had simply made a typo.

7. Clinton's 'delete your account'

In June, Donald Trump tweeted that Hillary Clinton was "Crooked Hillary," and said she would be a "terrible president." Clinton responded with a simple message: "Delete your account." The tweet quickly went viral, and was even retweeted by Clinton herself.

8. Trump's 'final thought'

During the final presidential debate, Donald Trump said that Hillary Clinton was "such a nasty woman." Clinton didn't respond to the comment during the debate, but shortly after the event, she tweeted a GIF of herself shrugging, with the caption "final thought."

9. Obama's 'here's to eight years'

After Donald Trump was elected president, Barack Obama tweeted a message of unity, saying that he was looking forward to working with Trump over the next four years. The tweet was widely seen as a gracious gesture from the outgoing president, and was retweeted more than 1.6 million times.

10. Clinton's 'mirrors'

In October, a 2005 audio recording surfaced in which Donald Trump made lewd and offensive comments about women. In response, Hillary Clinton tweeted a message to girls and young women, telling them to "stand up, speak up, and keep fighting." The tweet was accompanied by a video of girls

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