Just when you thought this election season couldn’t get any stranger, things like #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet comes along and proves you’re wrong.
New polls show that Hillary Clinton has more support from women than Donald Trump does (an estimated 52% versus 35%), but this weekend women who support Trump decided to show their love (and some skin) for The Donald.
Let's start at the beginning, where the first reference to the hashtag can be found on a photo posted on Saturday by Twitter user @BakedAlaska.
Earlier this week we introduced you to eighth grade viral sensation, Jack Aiello, who rocked his graduation ceremony with presidential impressions.
He’s been making the rounds and found himself on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, who had a very important message for The Donald.
It started with Trump (aka an orange Jimmy) congratulating himself for calling the fact that the Cleveland Cavaliers would secure a comeback win in the NBA Finals.
It’s an election year, which means there’s no shortage of people willing to give their opinion on who should — or more often, who shouldn’t — be president. And thanks to social media, both candidates and voters can voice their opinion any time, anywhere, in any way…for better or worse.
The best part are these tweeters that exercise their freedom of speech and sarcasm, giving you at least 30 reasons not to delete your account.