By Max Godnick

Two years remain of President Trump's first term, but he's already got a presidential library. Sort of.

The archive of the world's most famous Twitter account is the subject of the new book, "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah Presents: The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library." The volume is an exhaustive collection of the president's most memorable and infamous tweetsーspanning his career before, during, and after his presidential campaign, plus his time in The White House.

"Donald Trump's tweets are his most important document," said Steve Bodow, the executive producer of "The Daily Show," in an interview with Cheddar on Friday. "They give you the most access to who the guy is, what he's thinking, how he's thinking it."

The book's release was preceded by "brick-and-mortar" pop-up locations of The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

A physical manifestation of Trump's prolific tweeting is a fitting way to document his presidency.

"[Trump] doesn't really have documents, he has tweets," said Ramin Hedayati, supervising producer at "The Daily Show," adding, "So his presidential library would be a presidential Twitter library."

The book contains a multitude of the facts, figures, and data behind those presidential tweets. It details the delightfully obscure: from the most exclamation points Trump has ever used in a tweet (16, when describing the Academy Awards in 2014), to stats on mentions of Trump's youngest daughter Tiffany versus luxury retailer Tiffany & Co. (a dead heat at six times each.)

Bodow and Hedayati analyzed some of Trump's greatest "masterworks" to come from the @realdonaldtrump handle. Below are excerpts from their interview, edited for clarity.

[The First Birther] (https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/232571801216118785): Bodow: "This is part of, obviously, the birthirism work that he's done, an extensive amount of it. Sometimes explicitly, much more often less explicitly, suggesting that Barack Obama was not born in the U.S."

Hedayati: "It's kind of how he made his name on Twitter."

Bodow: "He launched his political career on that stuff, that's a very important category."

['The Haters and Losers'] (https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/377947866641485824): Hedayati: "I think that's what we all think about when we think about September 11th is the haters and the losers."

Bodow: "And their relationship to Donald Trump."

[The Taco Bowl] (https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/728297587418247168): Bodow: "This is a masterpiece."

Hedayati: "How better to demonstrate your love for Hispanics than to say, 'I love the taco bowl."

['Nobody Has More Respect For Women Than Me'] (https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/787359730465329152): Bodow: "The significance here is that Donald Trump is one of the world's leading feminists and you should take it from him."

[Lyin' Ted] (https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/712457104515317764): Bodow: "I think it was shortly thereafter that he also suggested that Ted Cruz's dad had been part of the JFK assassination. Having done that unprecedented and really disgraceful thing, of course, he went on to win the Republican primary over Ted Cruz."

[The Button] (https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-42549687): Bodow: "If you believe what he says, the nuclear threat from North Korea is now over."

Hedayati: "He's getting into a button-swinging contest with /[Kim./]"

"The Daily Show With Trevor Noah Presents: The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library" will be released on July 31st.

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