In retrospect it’s hard to believe that it was something of a big deal when Barack Obama made history by being the first president to send a tweet.

Things could get awkward in January, though. Who gets custody of the @POTUS account? It’ll never happen, but it’s fun to think of Donald Trump taking over the handle and in the process retrofitting his profile photo next to every one of President Obama’s tweets. “Hello, Twitter! It’s Barack. Really!”

For her part, Melania Trump said (again) in an interview Monday that she’s told her husband to stop tweeting, but he’s an adult and aware of the consequences.

One thing can be said about Trump and his tweets: unlike a certain presidential candidate and her emails, he’s not so fond of the delete function, which has given his opponents plenty of damning material from long before he declared his intention to run.

Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, has said again and again that Trump’s quick Twitter temper shows he can’t be trusted with the nuclear codes, and his retweet of an unflattering photo of Ted Cruz’s wife likely inspired Cruz’s famous boo-inspiring non-endorsement at the Republican National Convention.

Critics say Melania Trump’s claim that her husband is an adult doesn’t square with her take that he was egged on into “dirty boy” talk by Billy Bush.

Did her TV appearance help humanize her husband, or did it just give critics more ammunition to use against him? It didn’t seem to help her case that Melania saw her mission as first lady to tackle online bullying.