You know how much we love a good trending tag on Twitter!
Today, #FoundOnTrumpForceOne trended, which was timely, given the big kerfuffle over a tweet from President-elect Donald Trump demanding that the order for a new Boeing-branded Air Force One be canceled.
What would be found on Trump Force One, then? Here’s what some people are suggesting:
— Miss Texas 1967 (@MsTexas1967) December 7, 2016
— (((Political Nerd))) (@Sttbs73) December 7, 2016
#FoundOnTrumpForceOne lots of empty KFC buckets
— Regina Spacola (@gigirules7) December 7, 2016
A pamphlet about joining the Hair Force
— 🤘🏻KasiaEmerald🤘🏻 (@KasiaEmerald) December 7, 2016
Cliff’s notes- The Constitution #FoundOnTrumpForceOne
— Katherine Anne (@katherineanne67) December 7, 2016
absolutely nothing that Trump said he was originally going to put on Trump Force One.
— Steven (@steve_d24) December 7, 2016
Justin Bieber, the complete collection #FoundOnTrumpForceOne
— Aaron Weinbaum (@aaronsayswhat1) December 7, 2016
I’m not gonna say tax returns. No one’s gonna say tax returns.#FoundOnTrumpForceOne
— Shea Browning ⚖ (@sheabrowning) December 7, 2016
No jet fuel. The plane runs on lots of hot air. #FoundOnTrumpForceOne
— Lauren Henry (@saxchik) December 7, 2016
They aren’t all jokes at the President-elect’s expense, of course.
True leaders with the audacity to think and dream big to reclaim American and the American dream for its citizens.
— JoznHank (@MyJoze) December 7, 2016
The President Elect of the United States
— American Liz 🇺🇸 (@Pcjmom) December 7, 2016
Large vats of liberal tears #FoundOnTrumpForceOne
— SicSemperSoros🇺🇸 (@TheLastFreeMen) December 7, 2016
Finally a POTUS that knows what he’s doing.
— UncleJohny (@Metalbones59) December 7, 2016
It was all started by Will Presti, a comedian and writer.
Part of @HashtagRoundup!
— Midweek @WillPresti (@MidweekMinute) December 7, 2016
Come play the #FoundOnTrumpForceOne hashtag I started! #5 in the USA!
— Will Presti (@WillPresti) December 7, 2016
Go add your own now!
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