McDonalds Twitter shares shocking, anti-Trump tweet.
@McDonaldsCorp I'll go to McDonalds right now and every week for a year if you put that tweet back up. I won't even care if I get Diabetes
— Rudy Repa (@RudydeDominator) March 16, 2017
@RudydeDominator reacting to a shocking anti-Trump tweet that McDonald’s sent out Thursday morning. “[President Trump] you are actually a disgusting excuse of a President and we would love to have [Barack Obama] back, also you have tiny hands,” the fast-food company tweeted. The tweet in fact was “pinned” as a prominent tweet before it was deleted, about 20 minutes after it was posted. McDonald’s later said its account had been compromised and that it is investigating the incident.
Me: I hate McDonalds. It's disgusting and unhealthy.
*sees McDonald's tweet*
— Connor (@rconnore) March 16, 2017
— Linda (@snowflakelady) March 16, 2017
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
Travel ban ruling causes some Trump supporters to cancel vacations.
Why should Hawaii, who is thousands of miles away from the rest of the country, control who can come in. I don't think so! #BoycottHawaii
— Josh Hall (@JoshHallGOP) March 16, 2017
@JoshHallGOP tweeting with the hashtag #BoycottHawaii, which some Trump supporters used after a judge in Hawaii blocked the second travel ban from taking effect. Others ridiculed the boycott idea.
Hawaii just became the luckiest state in the union. I wish Trumpsters would boycott my state too. #BoycottHawaii
— Kaivan Shroff (@KaivanShroff) March 16, 2017
May the #BoycottHawaii campaign go as successfully as the past boycotts against Apple, Twitter, Starbucks, spellcheck…
— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81) March 16, 2017
This Amtrak avalanche is a must-see.
“A minor head injury is a small price to pay for getting that perfect viral internet moment.”
Firedragon47 comments at washingtonpost.com about a video of Amtrak passengers getting blasted with snow Wednesday at a station in Rhinecliff, N.Y. When the train rolled up to the station, it plowed through the deep snow that was covering the tracks, creating an avalanche that witnesses said knocked people to the ground.
CBS has March Madness technology hiccup at the worst time.
— Sarah Malone (@leave_me_malone) March 16, 2017
@leave_me_malone tweeting about the CBS Sports website shutdown around 11 a.m. Thursday, which created an issue for those who waited until the last minute to fill out their March Madness brackets. CBS attributed the glitch to overwhelming demand.
— ♛ Godfather League (@godfatherleague) March 16, 2017
Americans tweet their support for Meals on Wheels after budget proposal.
These are people's grandparents who live in food deserts & in social isolation everyday, and you people want to cut #MealsOnWheels? Sick.
— #Wholesome Anna (@little__f0ot) March 16, 2017
@little__f0ot was one of many who used Twitter to express disapproval of Trump’s budget proposal, particularly the suggestion to eliminate funds for Meals on Wheels, which provides meals to seniors. Three percent of Meals on Wheels’ funding comes from the federal government, CNN reported.