"Joe Exotic is Steve Irwin’s Wario."
"At least we don’t have to go to our kids’ field day this year."
The HUD secretary moaned about the lack of praise for the president to Fox News' Sean Hannity. People on Twitter called him out.
"It shouldn't be on Asians to prove we're American by sacrifice," one Twitter user wrote in response to an op-ed written by the former 2020 hopeful.
“The complainers should have been stocked up and ready long before this crisis hit,” tweeted the president, who belittled the coronavirus pandemic for weeks.
"I think Felicity Huffman should play you in the Lifetime movie," one person tweeted at Sen. Kelly Loeffler.
The "Old Town Road" singer and rapper's short-lived reverse coming out got the likes of Adam Rippon and Troye Sivan talking.
"My cat does not care that I am home, which is doing a lot to keep me humble in these times."
"Why didn't Mitch McConnell and the Republicans use all the time they saved not listening to witnesses to get ready for the coronavirus?" one person fired back.
Need a laugh? These online meeting mishaps during the coronavirus pandemic should help.
Twitter barked with laughter over a contestant's error in Final Jeopardy!
The host prompted questions when she appeared disheveled and 15 minutes late on her "Justice with Judge Jeanine" show.
"Awesome idea for a large group of people over 50 to stand super close together," one person commented on Twitter.
There are nearly 101,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S., the highest number in the world.
"I now understand why retired people eat dinner so early."
"If you had asked me what the hardest part of battling a global pandemic would be I would have never guessed, 'teaching elementary school math."
The president tweeted he was "so happy I can barely speak" — but Twitter users aren't buying the sincerity of the post.
"I told my wife the grocery store didn’t have something she asked me to get and, for the first time ever, she believed me."
One Twitter user correctly noted that "not one single human being deserves to die for somebody else's stock portfolio."