People quickly turned the word into memes and many submitted their own interpretations of what Mr Trump meant by the tweet. Twitter left no opportunity to mock the leader. Most tweets used #We to target the president for a variety of reasons like missing tax returns, potential ties to Russia and healthcare.
"The President's tweet speaks for itself."— Justin (@CitchyIncognito) May 13, 2017
-Sean Spicer, tomorrow pic.twitter.com/ERGhks8kYI
#We know Hillary won the popular vote.— MK Sandford, Ph.D. (@docmks) May 13, 2017
#We miss Obama— Mary Anne Cox (@machaos4) May 13, 2017
#We are praying for impeachment every day.— JenNJuice (@ZroFoxGivn) May 13, 2017
#We are here to stay. You on the other (tiny) hand, are not.— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) May 13, 2017
But mostly, people completed the sentence with song lyrics.
...WILL WE WILL ROCK YOU pic.twitter.com/l2Iioxip7a— Jessica Huseman (@JessicaHuseman) May 13, 2017
are NEVER, EVER, EVER / getting back to political stability in this country pic.twitter.com/3XAUXBhm6F— Kevin O'Keeffe (@kevinpokeeffe) May 13, 2017
#We really did try to make it, baby.— Sister Resister (@ResisterSister) May 14, 2017
Something inside has died and I can't hide
And I just can't fake it
Oh no, no
@realDonaldTrump are the champions my friend— Paulin (@PaulinPaulera) May 13, 2017
After deleting the tweet, Donald Trump followed it up with a tweet about an TV interview he was scheduled to give on Saturday night.
What do you think he meant with 'We'?
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