This is a part 2 of my series of articles on generating fake Trump tweets. You can read part 1 here where I used Markov Chains to generate fake tweets.

In this article we are going to use LSTM for even better results. LSTM (Long Short Term Memory) is a special case of RNN with the ability to memorize long-term dependencies by preserving the state across cells. You can read more about how it actually works in this excellent article (seriously, it’s amazing, go read it).

Donald Trump, a former US president, is one of the most controversial presidents in the modern US history. His presidency was remembered by the divisive and sometimes borderline offensive rhetoric. On January 8th, 2021 his Twitter account was suspended due to the attack on the US Capitol.

Twitter permanently suspends Trump’s account

And here’s what Trump’s reaction was:


I heard Red Hot Chili Peppers for the first time about 10 years ago and I instantly became obsessed with them. They were (and still are) my #1 favorite band, right after Metallica, which I loved during my teenage years. Despite the fact that many people define RHCP as a typical “funk” band, their musical style has evolved over the years significantly. Early (pre-1999) RHCP’s songs stood out by their explosive slap bass riffs, while post-1999 Peppers had become more melancholic. Does the same relationship hold for their lyrics though? …

Miroslav Tushev

Graduate Student @ LSU. Curious about NLP applicaitons.

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