The Trump family — from GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, to his children and wife — are dominating Google searches and social media chatter midway through the GOP National Convention, reports say.
According to USA Today
, after Donald Trump Jr. and Tiffany Trump spoke in Cleveland Tuesday, Google searches for "Trump children" shot up 400 percent.
Melania and Donald Trump were the two most-searched people on all of Google, USA
Today reports, a day after Melania Trump's controversial convention speech
, portions of which were nearly identical to one given by Michelle Obama in 2008.
Melania Trump was in the top 10 most-searched terms on Google entirely, USA Today
On Twitter, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's mock prosecution
of Hillary Clinton was the No, 1 most-mentioned moment relating to the convention, USA Today reported, while Donald Trump Jr. saying Clinton, if elected, would be the "first president who couldn't pass a basic background check"
made it to second place, and Ben Carson
linking Clinton to Lucifer made it to No. 3.
On Facebook, 14.6 million people have been in 52.4 million interactions about the convention and candidates over the last 24 hours, The Hill
reports — with Melania Trump's speech still leading conversations on that platform.
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