All your questions answered about Inauguration Day on Twitter

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Donald Trump is no stranger to Twitter. 

The President-elect joined in March 2009 (according to his Twitter profile) and he, or whoever else controls his account, has sent more than 34,300 tweets over those almost eight years.

But Friday he and his administration will be inheriting a lot more power within the network. No longer will President Barack Obama – the man who oversaw and pushed a rapid embrace of digital media – run the @POTUS account. 

Beyond inheriting Air Force One, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and the codes for roughly 4,500 nuclear weapons, Trump and his administration Friday will be the proud new owners of the @POTUS Twitter account, which currently boasts 13 million followers. Read more…

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