There is no shortage of Instagram posts with their own unique twists and turns.
Some are funny, some are inspirational, some will get you talking about a specific issue, some could be your way of showing your love for the food, some just get you to smile.
These 10 Instagram followers are a testament to the power of Instagram and the quality of the content it creates.
The following posts are all of the following types, and they all stand out as some of the best posts from the week.
The 10 best Instagram followers (and why)This is a list of the top 10 posts of Instagram followers, which was created by National Review writer David French.
The 10 posts were made by people who either followed French on Instagram, or posted to his profile, with the hashtag #InstagramFollowerstrial.
Here’s a look at the top ten:I’m so excited about the future of our country, I’m so grateful to all the people who supported me this election, and I’m truly grateful for all the hard work that I put into this campaign.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 3, 2016While this is an extremely impressive list of posts, the only person who made it was the founder of the group, who was so excited by the opportunity that he shared the posts with his followers.
The only way that I could be more proud of my followers is if I could go out and make it happen!
I’m really excited about all of you, and you’re doing an amazing job.
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) December 2, 2016This post has gotten a ton of love from the Instagram community, and people have been sharing the posts on their Instagram profiles.
The post has also gained over 200,000 views.
If you want to learn more about the top Instagram followers in the world, check out this article by BuzzFeed.
In the days leading up to the election, the number of people who had followed @seanspricer, a pro-Trump activist, skyrocketed to more than 8 million followers, and he had already garnered more than 100,000 likes and nearly a million shares on Instagram.
The top 10 Instagram posts of this election are all from the top 20, so you can see why some people are so excited.
It’s a very good sign that the country is on the right track and the country has reached its potential.
— Justin Sullivan (@justinsullivan) December 1, 2016You know who else made the list?
The Democratic National Committee’s official account.
The account has been sharing posts from its members about the election and the 2016 campaign.
It has also been sharing political content with its followers.
Here are the top six Instagram posts that were made during the 2016 election.
This post was made on November 28, 2016.
It includes the following posts:The election has been a big one, and the election is definitely shaping up to be one of the biggest political stories of the year.
The American people deserve a president who has their back, and that includes the Republican Party.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) December 6, 2016It’s important for Americans to know that if you are a Democrat or Republican who wants to get out the vote, you need to get involved early and vote early to help elect a Democrat, or you risk losing your vote.
I’ve spent the last week leading up the #ImWithHer campaign and am committed to helping get people to the polls and get them to the right place, regardless of who they support.
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) November 1, 2017The Republican Party and President-elect Donald Trump have repeatedly and viciously attacked and attacked members of the Black community and other marginalized communities.
While Trump’s attacks on minority communities are deeply offensive, there are a lot of good reasons to support the Democratic Party.
In fact, in many ways, the Democrats have been the better of the two parties.
The Democratic Party is committed to standing up for people like me, who are fighting to protect the rights of all Americans, not just white people.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) November 2, 2017I’m excited that we’re seeing more and more people in politics and the media making these kinds of real changes.
This election has brought new leadership and new energy to politics, and we are so proud to have had the chance to work with both parties and support them in this important election.
We’re excited to see the next steps for our country.
— Mark Warner (@MarkWarner) November 4, 2016If you’re a Democrat and want to get your message out, this is a great way to do it.
Get involved, help elect people, and be involved in this historic campaign.
The people deserve it.
We will make sure that everyone who votes has the opportunity to make a difference.
#ImForThePeople #Imwithher #ImforHillary #ImTogether