The longest Wikipedia page has just been updated and it may surprise you
For those out there looking for quick information or to cheat on your homework, Wikipedia is a very familiar website.
With millions of subjects and articles to choose from, Wikipedia remains one of the internet's top resources for information. Now, the website has just updated its longest-ever page and the article's subject may surprise some of you.
Wikipedia's top ten longest pages are on various subjects that are both relevant to current times and also unexpected. Donald Trump's page comes in at No. 9 with 476,573 bytes while his presidency page ranks at No. 8 with 478,194 bytes.
The 2020 coronavirus pandemic cases page is the third-longest Wikipedia article with 509,045 bytes. As well, the timeline of historical geopolitical changes is the second-longest with 517,307 bytes. However, it's the longest ever Wikipedia article that might surprise some of you.Joe Biden2020 presidential campaign endorsementsnow the longest ever on Wikipedia
The article features hundreds of campaign endorsements from both political figures and familiar faces within entertainment. Included in the very long list are individuals such as Barack Obama, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Demi Lovato.
The endorsements list is so long that it's been suggested to split it into two separate pages.
Both Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris are continuing to hit the campaign trail. Chuck Taylors began trending on Twitter this Monday after Harris was seen rocking the classic footwear while in Milwaukee.
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