Clinton, Bush are top mentions on Trump's Twitter feed

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  • A word cloud created by CNN shows that "Clinton" and "JebBush" are the top mentioned terms on Trump's Twitter feed over the last seven days
  • Around one third of Trump's tweets this past week are quoting other people's tweets

Washington (CNN)From slamming Bill Clinton to photoshopped nose-picking, Donald Trump has made the Clintons and Jeb Bush his primary targets on Twitter this week.

A word cloud created by CNN shows that "Clinton" and "JebBush" are the top mentioned terms on Trump's Twitter feed over the past seven days (after mentions of Trump's own name and handle), with 36 and 35 mentions, respectively. The word cloud was made using an online word cloud generator at Tagul.com.
On Tuesday morning, Trump fired off a tweet stating that Bush has spent millions campaigning while Trump "spent almost nothing" and is in first place.
    Overnight on Monday, he tweeted out a photoshopped image showing Bush with his finger in his nose.
    Trump also sent out a number of tweets over the last few days attacking Hillary and Bill Clinton, including tweets calling Bill Clinton "terrible," "a racist" and having "demonstrated a penchant for sexism."
    Other top words on his Twitter account are "CNN" and "poll," each mentioned 14 times. Trump has sent a number of tweets relating to a CNN/ORC poll released last Wednesday showing him dominating the Republican field with 39% of the vote.
    Around one third of Trump's tweets this past week are quoting other people's tweets. Although every tweet isn't his own, they're still reflective of what he wants to share with his 5.48 million followers.