McDonald's Tweeted Some Very Mean Things To Donald Trump
The president of the United States -- prone to tweeting unpredictable diatribes in his own right -- got served a healthy dose of Twitter shade by none-other than McDonald’s on Thursday morning. In a tweet that’s since been deleted, the company’s corporate account was unrelenting in its disdain for Donald Trump and happy to praise former president Barack Obama.
When the tweet went live it sparked a whirlwind on the internet, because why the hell would a global burger chain be immersing itself in politics? The tweet was pinned to the top of McDonald’s account for all of 20 minutes before getting deleted. Still, it suggested that McDonald’s is not pleased when it comes to Trump’s “tiny hands” and his affinity for burnt, ketchup steaks.
McDonald’s tweeted shortly afterward that its account had been compromised. An investigation is underway -- which means the Hamburglar is likely seeking refuge.
Twitter notified us that our account was compromised. We deleted the tweet, secured our account and are now investigating this.— McDonald's (@McDonaldsCorp) March 16, 2017
As for how the account was potentially breached, some theories are surfacing.
who could have predicted "ImLovinIt" was a weak twitter password— E McMorris-Santoro (@EvanMcS) March 16, 2017
Your move, Burger King.
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