A look at the most powerful people in the world, in chronological order: 1.
Donald Trump Donald Trump, President of the United States, has tweeted more than 6.4 million times.
Kanye West Kanye West, best known for his work as a hip-hop producer and rapper, has posted nearly 17 million tweets.
Barack Obama Barack Obama, former President of United States and former first lady, has Twitter.
Pope Francis Pope Francis, former Pope of the Catholic Church, has a Twitter account, which has been retweeted more than 100,000 times.
Justin Bieber Justin Bieber, best-known for his hit “Love Yourself” and his love of Disney films, has been tweeted more, and retweeted at least 1 million times in a matter of hours.
Kanye’s father Kanye West has a personal Twitter account and is also one of the top 100 most influential people on the planet.
David Letterman David Lettermann, the late-night talk show host, has more than 1.3 million Twitter followers.
Justin Trudeau Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Prime Minister, has almost 3.3 billion Twitter followers, and has posted more than 7.4 billion tweets in a span of seven years.
Tom Hanks Tom Hails has nearly 2.5 million Twitter fans.
The Pope Francis The Pope has an official Twitter account with nearly 7 million followers.
Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton, former first daughter, has 2.6 million Twitter supporters.
Donald Sterling Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, has over 3.6 billion Twitter fans and is the highest-profile member of the NBA.
Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winery, a pop culture icon and best-selling author, has nearly 1.5 billion Twitter supporters and has been widely reported to be one of America’s most influential personalities.
Prince Harry Prince Harry, Britain’s Prince of Wales, has about 2.3 and a half million Twitter followings.
John McCain John McCain, a former U.S. senator and 2008 Republican presidential nominee, has 3.4 and a quarter million Twitter accounts.
Beyonce Beyonce, the pop singer and hip-hip pop star, has had nearly 5.5 and a third million Twitter users.
Elon Musk Elon Musk, the billionaire and SpaceX founder, has an account with more than 2.2 million followers, which is the most on Twitter.
Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic senator from Massachusetts and the Senate Minority Leader, has 538,000 Twitter followers and has tweeted nearly 10 million times since January 2018.
Michael Bloomberg Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York, has 13.6 and a fifth million Twitter subscribers.
Michelle Obama Michelle Obama, the first lady of the U..
S., has more Twitter followers than any other woman in history, with nearly 547,000.
David Beckham David Beckham, the former Manchester United and England midfielder, has 140,000 followers.
Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder, and his family have nearly 9 billion Facebook users.
Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Kimmel, the host of ABC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, has 15.5,000 Facebook followers and is currently the most popular late-afternoon talk show hosts on Twitter, and the most-tweeted person in the United Kingdom.
Mark Cuban Mark Cuban, the chairman and CEO of Liberty Media, the parent company of NBCUniversal, has 805,000 Instagram followers.
Elon Jr. Elon Sr., the younger brother of the Tesla founder, Elon Musk and the head of SpaceX, has 11.3.
Mark Zuckerburg Mark Zuckerburgh, the executive chairman of Facebook, is the sixth most-liked person on Twitter after Zuckerberg and himself.
Elon’s daughter, Grace Grace has more followers than Elon Jr., with more then 10 million followers and nearly 2 million Instagram followers, the most of any girl in the history of Twitter.
Rihanna Rihanna, the singer and songwriter of “Diamonds,” has more fans on Instagram than anyone else, with almost 7 million.
Beyoncé Beyonce has a more Instagram presence than any woman in the universe.
Donald Glover Donald Glover, the actor who played Glover on FX’s Atlanta, has 644,000 fans.
Michael Phelps Michael Phelps, the two-time gold medalist, is not only the most active swimmer on the world stage, he is also the most connected person.
Mark Ruffalo Mark Ruffalos, the rapper, comedian and actor, has become a household name, having appeared in more than a dozen TV shows, movies, documentaries and documentaries.
Stephen Hawking Stephen Hawking, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist and author, is one of Twitter’s most prolific Twitter users, having