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President Trump arguably won the 2016 election because of his social media presence.

Since taking office, he has continued to be among the most vocal influencers on Twitter.

And he just showed how powerful his Twitter account can be after wrecking Robert Mueller with this one tweet.

President Trump is a social media icon.

The President has built a massive following on outlets such as Twitter and Facebook, and has continued to circumvent the mainstream media through social media ever since taking office.

And this week, the President used his Twitter platform to wreck Robert Mueller after this massive report from Congress came out, vindicating Trump after years of attacks.

After months of investigation, a bipartisan Senate committee found that there is no evidence linking President Trump’s 2016 campaign for the White House with Russian interference in the election.

For years, Democrats have argued, without any evidence, that the President was illegally elected to office after stealing the election from Hillary Clinton.

That has been thoroughly debunked.

Not only has that myth been destroyed, but the Senate could not find a single shred of evidence suggesting there was any truth to the claims.

Naturally, the President and his supporters had a reason to cheer.

And President Trump did exactly that.

Trump took to Twitter to share the news.

“The Senate Intelligence Committee: THERE IS NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA!” Trump tweeted on Wednesday.

The tweet has gained over 145,000 liked and 34,000 retweets.

Trump had strongly opposed the claims that he cheated in order to defeat Clinton.

And the facts have never really backed up these claims either.

Clinton lost because she was an awful candidate, not because Donald Trump colluded with Vladimir Putin in order to steal the election.

Putin didn’t convince the people of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin to vote for Donald Trump.

Trump did.

And what’s more, Clinton’s campaign did everything possible to lose voters in these states. Clinton didn’t even campaign in Wisconsin once during the entire election.

Trump didn’t need to collude with Moscow in order to win.

Clinton did all the work necessary to ruin her chances at winning those crucial battleground states.

Trump has every reason to celebrate then.

After all, the largest conspiracy theory prevalent in Democratic circles for the past two years was just blown out of the water.

And now, two years later, Trump has finally been vindicated by a bipartisan committee.

It’s not hard to understand why he decided to take to Twitter.

For Democrats, the news is devastating.

Not only has the largest rallying cry against Trump’s legitimacy been shattered, but the Democratic argument used to win control of the House in 2018 is no longer on the table heading into the 2020 elections.

This could have profound effects on the race for control over both chambers of Congress and the presidency next year.

What’s more, the news is even worse for Robert Mueller, who more or less staked his entire investigation on the idea that Trump colluded with the Russians.

The tweet in particular was a massive blow to Mueller, and showed that Trump is not done with slamming the Special Counsel for continuing his partisan witch hunt.

Do you think that President Trump was right to celebrate the news clearing him of any connections to collusion with the Russians?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.