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tweetstorm

1. A series of tweets on a particular topic composed by an individual Twitter user and posted in succession. Each tweet may start with number and a slash (such as "2/4") to convey that it is part of a longer message. Good grief, did you see her latest tweetstorm? I don't need eight tweets from one person clogging up my feed!
2. A surge in activity on Twitter as users comment on a particular topic or current event, often one that is controversial. Such users commonly use a unique hashtag relevant to the topic. The actor's sexist comments sparked a real tweetstorm, as well as a public outcry.
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Or will it be the lock-up-your-daughters, tweet-storm Donald, untethered from his teleprompter, ranting at moments, tilting at every enemy real or imagined, who emerged all too often and all but totally unpredictably, during the campaign?
Bernie Sanders went on a tweet-storm Monday calling President Donald Trump a liar who could chip away at the respect for the United States worldwide.
His comments, made in a tweet-storm, came after #RIPTwitter started trending on the site.
He shared his plans via Twitter, but instead of constraining himself to 140 characters, doing a tweet-storm or linking to a Medium post (the new standard protocol for job changes in Silicon Valley), he posted two screenshots of his iPhone's Apple Notes app that details his plans.