Market: ✨ Will @realDonaldTrump post 170 or more tweets from noon May 15 to noon May 22?
At 12:00:00 p.m. (ET) on May 22, 2019, the number of total tweets posted by the Twitter account @realDonaldTrump, shall exceed 41,883 (the starting count) by 170, as determined by browsing to the webpage https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump from a desktop browser and mousing over the number labeled "Tweets" in the navigation bar.
The number by which the total tweets at expiration exceeds 41,883 may not equal the number of tweets actually posted over that time period, in light of numerous factors, including but not limited to the fact that the account's total tweets upon launch of the market may differ from 41,883, tweets may be deleted prior to expiration of this market, and specialized tweets such as quotes, retweets, replies, promoted tweets, may or may not be included in that total.
Neither Donald Trump, nor any authorized user of the account in question, need be the author of any such tweets, nor must any authorized user maintain control of the account. Should an updated count of total tweets not be available from twitter.com, due to apparent account deletion, deactivation, or a change in privacy settings by the account or by Twitter, this market will resolve as No.
Should the navigation, layout, URL, or labeling of the elements of the settlement source be altered by Twitter prior to expiration (other than via deletion or deactivation of the account), this market will still be resolved according to the aforementioned formula, so long as reporters can reasonably determine the relevant number of total tweets. The merging, migration, or other combination of one or more Twitter accounts will not in and of itself cause the settlement source to be considered unavailable, so long as an updated count of total tweets can be determined according to the aforementioned formula, even if such combination causes an increase or decrease in that count that does not represent the number of tweets posted to the account during the time period in question.