Here are all 41 accounts Donald Trump follows on Twitter

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President Donald Trump is following a mixed-bag of characters on Twitter.

While his follower count continues to rise — 23.2 million and growing — his following list is a fraction of the size.

So, what are the 41 accounts Trump deigns to follow? Well, they’re his children, a bevy of Fox News hosts, and his own hotels and golf courses.

Here are all the accounts President Trump follows on Twitter.

First lady Melania Trump

Melania Trump is Donald Trump’s third wife. The pair married in 2005.

Vanessa Trump and Donald Trump Jr.

Vanessa Trump is Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law. The former model married Donald Trump Jr. in 2005, and they now have five children.

Donald Trump Jr. is the oldest son of Donald Trump and his first wife, Ivana, and has been working for the Trump Organization since shortly after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania.

Ivanka Trump. (Photo: Getty)

Ivanka Trump, Trump’s eldest daughter

Ivanka Trump is Donald Trump’s second-eldest child and one of his closest advisers. She has stepped away from her business ties with the Trump Organization and her fashion label to move to Washington, DC.

Lara Trump and Eric Trump

Lara Trump married Eric Trump, the third child of Donald and Ivana, in 2014. Lara is a former personal trainer and producer for CBS. Eric works for the Trump Organization and was also actively involved in “The Apprentice.”

Tiffany Trump, Trump’s youngest daughter

Tiffany Trump — Donald’s youngest daughter and only child with second wife Marla Maples — is 23 and a recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She spoke at the Republican National Convention in July but otherwise keeps a lower profile than Trump’s other adult children.

Trump Organization, the parent company of Trump Hotels, Trump International Reality, and more

In November, Donald Trump announced he would cede control of the Trump Organization, which also owns Trump Winery and Trump Gold, to a team of executives and his adult children, specifically Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Ivanka Trump has since stepped away from any business holdings as she moves to Washington, DC.

Trump also follows several other individual accounts for his holdings, including:

• Trump Golf
• Trump Waikiki hotel
• Trump National Doral golf course and hotel
• Trump Vegas Hotel
• Trump Hotel Chicago
• Trump Washington, DC, golf course
• Trump Los Angeles golf course

Mike Pence, left, with Donald Trump. Picture: Getty Images

Vice President Mike Pence

Mike Pence was governor of Indiana before being chosen as Trump’s vice president.

Reince Priebus, Trump’s chief of staff

Reince Priebus is the former chairman of the Republican National Committee. He was named Trump’s chief of staff shortly after the election in November.

“It is truly an honor to join President-elect Trump in the White House as his chief of staff,” Priebus said at the time.

Michael Cohen, Trump’s personal attorney

Michael Cohen has worked for Trump for more than a decade and will stay on as Trump’s personal attorney.

Dan Scavino, Trump’s assistant and White House social media manager

Dan Scavino is director of social media at the White House as well as Trump’s assistant. He previously served as general manager of Trump National Golf Club and has been in Trump’s inner circle for years. He joined the Trump campaign in February 2016.

Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s former campaign manager

Corey Lewandowski served as Trump’s campaign manager until June, when he was fired by the campaign after a falling out with Paul Manafort, then the campaign chairman.

Lewandowski was soon hired by CNN as a conservative commentator but resigned in November amid speculation he would serve in the Trump administration, something that hasn’t come to fruition.

Katrina Pierson, former Trump campaign spokeswoman

Katrina Pierson was the national spokeswoman for Trump’s campaign. Pierson and several other former campaign staffers recently launched a pro-Trump nonprofit called America First Policies, which aims to fight against the “liberal and biased media.”

Mark Burnett. Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images.

Actress Roma Downey and reality-TV producer Mark Burnett

Roma Downey was the star of the late-’90s TV show “Touched by an Angel” and is the executive producer and star of History Channel’s “The Bible.” She is also the wife of “Apprentice” producer Mark Burnett.

It was reported in December that Burnett was helping plan Trump’s inauguration.

Vince McMahon, chairman of WWE

Vince McMahon is the chairman and CEO of WWE. Trump’s relationship with the McMahons — both Vince and his wife, Linda — goes back decades, starting in the 1980s when Trump helped bring two consecutive WrestleMania events to Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Gary Player, former professional golfer

Gary Player is a retired professional golfer from South Africa. Trump is seemingly a longtime fan — in 2014, he dedicated a deluxe villa to Player at his Trump National Doral golf course.

Bill O’Reilly, Fox News host

Bill O’Reilly is the host of “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News.

Laura Ingraham, Fox News host

Laura Ingraham is an outspoken Trump supporter as well as a Fox News contributor who frequently appears on the network and often fills in for top talent like Bill O’Reilly. She’s also the editor-in-chief of a news website called LifeZette, which dredged up conspiracy theories about the Clintons during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Eric Bolling, Fox News host

Eric Bolling is a host on the Fox News show “The Five” and the author of the book “Wake Up America,” which Trump endorsed on Twitter in June.

Sean Hannity, Fox News host

Sean Hannity is a famously outspoken Fox News host and the host of the radio program “The Sean Hannity Show.”

Fox & Friends/ Screenshot

“Fox & Friends,” Fox News’ morning show

“Fox & Friends” is a morning cable news show hosted by Brian Kilmeade, Ainsley Earhardt, Steve Doocy, Clayton Morris, and Abby Huntsman.

Fox Nation, an opinion site run by Fox News

Fox Nation is an opinion and video website operated by Fox News. When it launched, Fox described it as “a community where all Americans are encouraged to share, discuss, and debate.”

Geraldo Rivera, Fox News personality

Geraldo Rivera is the former host of the talk show “Geraldo” and a Fox News personality.

In October, Rivera joined several networks and television producers that said they were digging through archives of Trump footage in the wake of a 2005 behind-the-scenes tape that showed Trump boasting about grabbing and kissing women without their permission. Rivera initially said he had “embarrassing” tapes of Trump, but later walked back the claims.

Greta Van Susteren, MSNBC host

Greta Van Susteren is the host of “For The Record” on MSNBC. She worked at Fox News for 14 years before departing last September.

Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, cohosts of “Morning Joe” on MSNBC

Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough are two of the cohosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” Scarborough, a former GOP representative, is meant to be the conservative counter to Brzezinski’s more liberal-leaning persona.

Brzezinski recently admonished Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, for his conduct during his first official press conference.

Ann Coulter. Photo: Jeffrey Mayer/ WireImage.

Ann Coulter, conservative writer and commentator

Ann Coulter is a political commentator, author, and vocal conservative who frequently writes for the conservative website Breitbart and appears on Fox News.

Drudge Report, a news aggregation website

Drudge Report is a website that aggregates the news of the day. The site leans heavily conservative, and the site’s owner, Matt Drudge, has been outspoken in his support for Trump.

Piers Morgan, editor at large for Mail Online

Piers Morgan is a presenter on the British morning show “Good Morning Britain” and the US editor at large of Mail Online.

Morgan is a close friend of Trump’s — Trump spent more time talking to Morgan on the phone after the election than he had with British Prime Minister Theresa May.

Team Trump, the official account for updating Trump’s supporters

The Team Trump account posts updates and news about Trump. The account isn’t manned by Trump himself, but it frequently retweets his posts.

Diamond and Silk, vloggers and Trump supporters

Diamond and Silk — otherwise known as Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson — gained fame as the “Stump for Trump” girls and for their passionate YouTube videos. The pair joined Trump onstage at a rally in North Carolina in December 2015.

Katrina Campins, former “Apprentice” cast member and Trump surrogate

Katrina Campins, who appeared on season one of “The Apprentice,” describes herself as a “real-estate mogul” and Trump surrogate.

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