Who said the tweet storm would end with the election? Well before President Donald Trump was sworn into the Oval Office on January 20th, he took over our social media accounts as Tweeter-in-chief and, no, he hasn't stopped.

From moving the market with ever-changing views of American companies to airing his numerous grievances with the mass media, Trump has managed to keep us glued to our phone screens in just 140 characters or less.

According to data from Twitter on Trump's first 100 days of tweeting, the top words he uses on the platform are "great," "America/American," "news/media" and "jobs." He also has a penchant for tweeting about "fake news," which is his sixth most-tweeted word.

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Trump's top tweeted handles are @WhiteHouse, @NYTimes, @foxandfriends, @FoxNews, @VP, @CNN and @POTUS, and his favorite hashtags are #MAGA, #AmericaFirst, #ICYMI, #USA and #Obamacare.

Trump's most-retweeted message was one commenting on the protests the day after his inauguration.

His most-retweeted tweet of all time is from Election Day.

As we move into Trump's

100th day

, and beyond, TheStreet takes a look at just a few of the tweets that have already come to define both his time in office and his impact on the American economy.

Here are the highlights:

While the wall has and always will be the biggest headline when Trump talks Mexico, it's hard to forget when mention of a certain tariff had investors in

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and others wondering if

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in the days to come. 

It wasn't too long ago that it was impossible to go on Twitter without reading about a travel ban that is still making headlines. Trump's controversial order saw CEOS ranging from Starbucks' (SBUX) - Get Starbucks Corporation Report Howard Schultz to Tesla's (TSLA) - Get Tesla Inc Report Elon Musk to Twitter's (TWTR) - Get Twitter, Inc. Report Jack Dorsey taking to the Internet to protest

Trump's battle with the media also has engulfed CNN, Buzzfeed and others, but anyone could tell you that it's a tale as old as The New York Times (NYT) - Get New York Times Company Class A Report

When Nordstrom (JWN) - Get Nordstrom, Inc. (JWN) Report ultimately decided to drop Ivanka Trump's fashion line, her father naturally took to Twitter to defend his daughter. Though the tweet shouldn't overshadow Kellyanne Conway's "Go buy Ivanka's stuff." 

Trump's promise to address rising drug prices was a hard pill to swallow, leading Mallinckrodt (MNK) - Get Mallinckrodt Plc Report , Allergan (AGN) - Get Allergan plc Report , Gilead (GLD) - Get SPDR Gold Trust Reportand others to drag Wall Street down.

Another tax day has come and gone, and yes, the media and the rest of the world still wants to see a 1040. 

The bashing of Obamacare (and Obama) began long before the election and continued long after. Trump had a "repeal and replace" victory in his sights until the bill was ultimately pulled.

The case of close but no cigar saw the dollar tumble and Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF) - Get Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund Reporttake a heavy hit as Trump shifted his focused to deregulation and tax reform. Following a reveal of Trump's tax plan, his gaze has since shifted back to his old enemy as the Freedom Caucus changed its course. 

Though Trump has checked off meetings with the leaders of Canada, Germany, China and more, 90 days may be a little early for a foreign policy self-evaluation, consider he still hasn't quite decided what he wants to do with NAFTA

Here's to another 1,360 days. 

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Emily Stewart contributed to this story.

Editors' pick: Originally published April 28.