There have been some highs and lows in 2017, and Twitter was there through it all. Here are the 10 most retweeted tweets for the year. You may be surprised that none of the top retweets were from our “Commander in Chief.” But some did come from a former “Commander in Chief.”
Was about retweets to help those on the verge of suicide. Not everyone was into the retweeting though.
Sam Martin from the Detroit Lions pledged six pounds of dog food for every retweet, up to $10K worth.
Was from former President Barack Obama. “It’s been the honor of my life to serve you. You made me a better leader and a better man.”
Is where LeBron James trolled Stephen Curry about a White House visit.
This retweet was to honor the life of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington’s death.
Former President Barack Obama came in again with this tweet about creating change.
Ariana Grande sent this heartfelt apology to all those impacted by the Manchester England Suicide Bomber.
Asking for retweets with a promise to donate .15 cents per for Houston victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Barack Obama made it for tweeting, “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…”
It was all about a guy wanting some free food from Wendy’s, and people listened.