Donald Trump’s public Twitter account has been inundated with thousands of suspicious tweets that have come from his personal account, according to a report published Wednesday.
The account has had a number of tweets containing links to “personal and business data” that appear to be coming from Trump’s own personal Gmail account, BuzzFeed News reported.
Trump’s personal account has tweeted at least 50,000 times, while his business account has sent nearly 20,000 tweets and sent nearly 30,000 links.
The accounts’ tweets include several from the president-elect himself, including a link to a tweet from December in which he tweeted that “the media is making up a big story about me” about the president’s mental health.
Trump has a history of tweeting about his own personal business.
Last year, he tweeted about “the real story” of his finances in a tweet that has since been deleted.
He has also repeatedly retweeted messages by Trump supporters who support the president.
“The fake news media is trying to say that the real story is that I’m running for president,” Trump said at the time.
“But the real thing is that we have lost the popular vote and that’s going to be a big deal in November.”
Trump has tweeted many times about his personal financial problems, including about his $916 million loss in 1995.