#FamousPresidentTrumpQuotes started trending Wednesday afternoon as Twitter users across the U.S. mused on what they might hear from a potential President Trump.
Between insinuating that gun violence against Hillary Clinton might be an option for “Second Amendment people” and being publicly excoriated for it by celebrated journalist Dan Rather, the GOP nominee has had a bad week for the record books.
The internet took notes.
Some of the Tweets made throwback references to things Trump had actually said:
— Robert Crawford (@jurassicpork59) August 10, 2016
Others were famous words re-imagined by a President Trump:
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself…and Muslims..and Mexicans..and Blacks….and…
— Tommy Need Wingy (@MajorCraigA) August 10, 2016
#FamousPresidentTrumpQuotes Let them eat cake! It’ll be a huge cake! It’ll be the best cake they’ve ever eaten!
— Howard T Katz (@HowardTKatz) August 10, 2016
#FamousPresidentTrumpQuotes When they go high we go low
— Gretel Armstrong (@SugarGretel) August 10, 2016
Still others were simply comedic takes on what we might expect from a President Trump:
I have the best brain I know, believe me, and I know a lot about my brain. I know mine best, no really. #FamousPresidentTrumpQuotes
— Dr Jez Phillips (@drjezphillips) August 10, 2016
I know a lot of words. We will win bigly #FamousPresidentTrumpQuotes
— Éowyn (@liberalgen16) August 10, 2016
Finally, many expressed hope that we may never have to hear the words “President Trump” at all:
#FamousPresidentTrumpQuotes? He will never be president, sillies!
More like #FamousIgnoramusTrumpQuotes
— Melissa (@melsano) August 10, 2016
Photo: Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump gives two thumbs up as he stands in the Trump family box with his daughter Ivanka (R) awaiting the arrival onstage of his son Eric at the conclusion of former rival candidate Senator Ted Cruz’s address during the third night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, July 20, 2016. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein
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