President Donald Trump had the dubious honor of being in two hashtags calling for him to resign. The social media posts were trending globally on Twitter late Friday into Saturday.
Celebrities, including “Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill, “Star Trek” actor George Takei and comedians Kathy Griffin and Patton Oswalt, joined national lawmakers and hundreds of other citizens in posting messages with the #TrumpResign or #ResignTrump hashtags ― many referencing the partial government shutdown.
Dear @realDonaldTrump: Remember when you said this on national TV last week: "I am proud to shut down the government."— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) December 21, 2018
Yep, you said that. There are tapes.
Also, fyi this morning the number one trending topic on Twitter--which you can't regulate--is #TrumpResign. https://t.co/DQuM5qPrJF
"Drugs are pouring into our country, human trafficking is at the all-time worst in history because of the internet."— Holly Figueroa O'Reilly (@AynRandPaulRyan) December 21, 2018
1) The wall isn't going to stop the internet.
2) I'd like to introduce you to 150M people who died during the slave trade.#TrumpResignpic.twitter.com/eZER1Kqw6t
Literally 10 days ago you looked @SenSchumer in the face and said you'd accept full responsibility for shutting down the government. Since when would this be a Democratic shutdown?— James Michael Sama (@JamesMSama) December 21, 2018
Asking for...an entire country of confused citizens. #TrumpResign pic.twitter.com/FRAkqdB2Ws
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