McDonalds just called Donald Trump a terrible president with tiny wee hands
McDonalds have just laid the McSmackdown on Donald Trump on Twitter, telling him he's a terrible President with tiny wee little hands.
Earlier this morning, burger joint McDonalds took to twitter to mock Donald Trump, copying him directly into the tweet. They told him:
"@realDonaldTrump You are actually a disgusting excuse of a President and we would love to have @BarackObama back, also you have tiny hands."
They stopped short of recommending him a cheeseburger instead of a Big Mac, so that he can pick it up with his teeny tiny hands, but still, it's fighting talk.
McDonald’s briefly pinned the tweet to the top of their feed, before removing it. But not before the tweet had gone mega-viral.
Some marketing intern's had a large box of Chicken McFuckits. pic.twitter.com/ijSS9AgaCc— Damien Owens (@OwensDamien) March 16, 2017
'Failing McDonald's have terrible burgers and their McFlurry machines are always broken. Sad.' pic.twitter.com/5s0bdWOQIx— Wefail (@wefail) March 16, 2017
Oh damn, so I guess it's not just McDonald's coffee that can cause sick burns. pic.twitter.com/M4Thrdmnrg— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) March 16, 2017
for some reason I feel like we're going to hear a lot of reasons justifying why Trump supporters WON'T be engaging in a McDonalds boycott pic.twitter.com/52EI6vUMWC— maura quint (@behindyourback) March 16, 2017
I guess McDonalds have always been good at creating beef with clowns. pic.twitter.com/chFucIhKQR— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) March 16, 2017
At the moment, it's unclear who did the tweet. They could be hacked, or it could be an employee who's had enough of Trump and also has access to the twitter passwords.
People are speculating it's a social media intern.
Biggup to the social media intern at McDonalds who risked it all with that tweet about Trump, and PINNED it!— FoxyJB Jenkins (@FoxyJazzabelle) March 16, 2017
YOU DA REAL MVP, MY DUDE pic.twitter.com/c512jROdiL
People are threatening to boycott McDonalds over the incident, but share prices have gone up since the tweet this morning.
People in general seem to like the tweet, and look forward to studying it in history.
*2035 US History Class*— Scott T. (@NHLFlyera) March 16, 2017
Okay children, today we're going to learn about the time that the president got ethered by McDonalds on Twitter