‘Eastwooding’ Still Trending Days After RNC

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When tough guy actor Clint Eastwood started talking to a chair at the Republican National Convention on August 30, Twitter lit-up. Days after his speech, ¬†Eastwood or ‘Eastwooding’ as he’s being tagged on Twitter is still a trending topic on the microblogging network. Eastwood, who supports Gov. Mitt Romney’s bid for President, was pretending President Obama was sitting center stage at the RNC in the empty chair. This infographic shows ‘Eastwooding’ is still the talk of the Twitter universe on September 3.


‘Eastwooding’ Inforgraphic

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