#We: Trump Tweets One Word and the People's Internet Does the Rest

A single word, We, was enough to generate a new hashtag on social media and offered just the latest opportunity for his critics to unload on the president. (Image: Screenshot)

#We: Trump Tweets One Word and the People's Internet Does the Rest

Hashtag goes viral after president's account makes unforced error

President Donald Trump, or whoever was managing his Twitter account at the time, mistakenly published a single-word tweet on Saturday that simply said: "We."

And though it was deleted shortly afterwards, screenshots of the message quickly circulated and soon a #We hashtag developed by the president's critics who made the most of an otherwise innocuous social media error.

Some highlights:

And the feed now has a life of its own:

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