It was midday in India when Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. And many of India's English-speaking Internet users probably heard about this first via a tweet by the Times of India, the country's biggest English-language newspaper.

That is to be expected, of course. But whoever runs the newspaper's social media account not only decided to use the platform to congratulate Trump but also essentially mocked the sexual assault allegations that had dogged his campaign while doing so.

“It's official! @realDonaldTrump grabs America by the ..." the tweet reads. The language mirrors Trump's words — revealed in an 11-year-old video leaked to The Washington Post in which the candidate is heard saying that “when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the p---y.”

The Times of India has come under fire before for seemingly misogynist language or coverage, much of which is almost of a tabloid-like nature. It isn't uncommon to find celebrity cleavages and sexist jokes on the newspaper's homepage online.

The responses to the Times of India's tweet almost unanimously called the newspaper out, accusing it of normalizing assault and rape culture. The tweet garnered more responses than retweets.

The newspaper had not removed the tweet as of Wednesday morning.

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