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With the 2020 elections less than two months away, political content is driving tremendous engagement on social media. And some of the Syndicated Talent who openly expressed their political views on Instagram in August outperformed their counterparts when it came to Interactions (Likes & Comments), Followers and Percentage of Growth.

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In addition to Talent posting about politics, there were a couple of personalities with Syndicated Radio shows who made The Talent Report‘s Top 10 list of Instagram Influencers, who didn’t post content about political issues last month.

RELATED: How The Talent Report’s Top Syndicated Radio Social Media Influencers Rankings Are Calculated

See who made our latest Top 10 list of Influencers on Instagram below, and scroll down to see some of their content wins from the month. Find all of our past lists right here!

RELATED: Top 10 Syndicated Radio Instagram Influencers (July 2020)

August 2020 marked the 25th anniversary of the release of Terri Clark‘s self-titled debut album! She posted the music video for her very first single
“Better Things To Do,” and with over 17K views and hundreds of comments, the throwback clip was a big win for Terri Clark.

A video with a caption criticizing CNN‘s Chris Cuomo had the most views last month on Sebastian Gorka‘s Instagram feed. The clip is from early in President Donald Trump‘s Administration when Gorka served as the Deputy Assistant to the President. Nevertheless, the video has 121K views.

Dana Loesch‘s sarcastic screenshot of a tweet about President Donald Trump’s possible ban of TikTok in the United States received a big reaction from her Instagram followers. It’s her most popular post in August, and has over 27K Likes.

 

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The news about Chadwick Boseman‘s untimely passing was heartbreaking, and April Ryan shared a video of him on her Instagram account with words of appreciation for him, and it currently has over 119K views.

 

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communities had a hero to look up to. Rest well, sweet KING 👑 #WakandaForever

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Mario Lopez and his family love making dance videos, and his Instagram followers enjoy them, too! This video of them showing love to the L.A. Dodgers is perfect for TikTok, and was Mario’s most watched clip on IG last month. Follow #LopezFamBam to see Mario’s really entertaining content featuring his family.

 

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This is how my LA @Dodgers are jumping into the playoffs!! #LopezFamBam

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A repurposed tweet was the most engaging post for Buck Sexton in August. He gave his overall reaction to the Republican National Convention in the tweet-turned-Instagram post, and his followers showed their agreement for his messaging with almost 4,000 Likes and over 100 comments.

 

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Last month, D.L. Hughley had an encounter in an airport with a Trump supporter, who is also a political candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. Apparently their exchange got heated, and Angela Stanton King posted about it. D.L. responded and told his side of what happened on Instagram, and it turned out to be his most popular post in August.

 

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Don’t believe the HYPE!! I was between flights, trying to eat my breakfast. @theangelastanton comes up WITHOUT A MASK, IN THE AIRPORT and starts a conversation. She asked me if I thought BLACK TRUMP SUPPORTERS were COONS because SHE’S BLACK and a TRUMP SUPPORTER… I said “If you’re BLACK and a TRUMP SUPPORTER, YOU’RE DEFINITELY A COON!!” The situation got louder and louder and my security did what they’re SUPPOSED to do, de-escalate the situation. I have security for the same reason you wear makeup, so people don’t see shit get ugly! #TeamDL #dontbelievethehype #fakenews #wedontbelieveyouyouneedmorepeople #FuckTrump #FuckTrumpSupporters #shetriedit #wearamask #cooningfortrump #nottheonetoplaywith

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Even though Bill O’Reilly has an abundance of political content on his Instagram feed, a simple photo of Bill with his dog generated the most enthusiastic response from his followers.

 

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If you’re bored, a lot of interesting things on BillOReilly.com. Important too.

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A graphic promoting the Republican National Convention was the most popular post for Sean Hannity last month. Here’s the image of White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and her quote, which was Hannity’s most-liked Instagram post in August.

Ben Shapiro only posted three times on Instagram in August, but his followers really connected to each piece of content. The only video he posted for the month, and it almost has 600K views.

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