This word cloud was generated by scraping Trump's twitter account for July and August:
Compare to a word cloud from May:
'Great' is a keyword for Trump. Other recurring themes and key words include America(n), job, media, fake, news, Russia(n), election, healthcare/Obamacare and thank. Trump's twitter account tends to be more positive than negative - apart from Fox he doesn't trust the media so Twitter is his main way of communicating his message and that message is more positive than negative.
The data set is available on Kaggle.
The code used to analyse the data is available here.
Plotting the number of casualties by state gives:
This is a little misleading, because CA, TX and so on are large populous states so it is not surprising that the greatest number of casualties came from these states. I added in state populations from 1967 and normalised the casualty rates per state, then plotted the data again:
This map suggests Missouri had a disproportionately large casualty rate normalised by state population compared to other states while California had a relatively low casualty rate.