McDonald's hacked: tweet calls for Obama's return and denigrates 'tiny hands' Trump

Mar 17, 2017, 01:17
McDonald's hacked: tweet calls for Obama's return and denigrates 'tiny hands' Trump

A quickly-deleted tweet from McDonald's verified Twitter account took aim at President Donald Trump on Thursday.

The tweet was pinned to the top of the account page and was visible for about 20 minutes before it was deleted.

"Twitter notified us that our account was compromised".

President Trump - who is meeting with Taoiseach Enda Kenny this afternoon - has previously expressed his fondness for fast food, in particular McDonald's fish fillet burger.

McDonald's has removed a Thursday morning tweet that insulted President Donald Trump and blamed it on a hacker.

McDonald's has come under attack after its corporate account tweeted an anti-Trump message that the company said was the result of a hack. No statement has been released and the company's media relations did not immediately respond to an email from CBS Detroit seeking information.

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Further, the administration will likely point to the revised EO's elimination of any preference for religious minorities. They argued that Trump's amended order, like his first one, discriminates against Muslims .

In the now deleted tweet, the message also wished for return of the former Democratic President Barack Obama.

In a betrayal worthy of Shakespeare, McDonald's has savaged its most loyal customer, United States president Donald Trump.

Or maybe McDonald's is actually jumping off the fence and standing its ground against Trump. "I'm a very clean person".

Where were you when McDonalds became The Resistance? "It's a certain standard", he continued.

Several online commenters said they would now visit a branch of the fast food chain in support after seeing the tweet.