"Revenge is a dish that is best served Comey," Stephen Colbert tweeted.
"We mistakenly pointed to the wrong reason we didn't take action on the videos from earlier this week," Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted.
Twitter erupted with fervent calls for his immediate resignation with many using the viral hashtag #OnTheDayTrumpResigns.
"As if he hasn't embarrassed us enough already," one Twitter user wrote.
Snapchat has promised a major redesign of its app amid falling gains on the social media platform. It promises to bring an emphasis back to friend content.
"I didn't hack anyone. I didn't do anything that I was not authorized to do," he told TechCrunch.
"The idea that we have to ever explain this is MIND BLOWING!" one Twitter user tweeted.
"Historians will look back and call this period of American history 'The Dark Ages,'" one Twitter user wrote.
"Who's the funeral for? Oh wait, democracy in America. I forgot," one person tweeted.
The New York Times was told that its @nytimesworld account violated Twitter's rules about hateful conduct.
"The Covfefe-in-Chief," one Twitter user wrote.
"If this is who we are or who we are becoming, I have wasted 40 years of my life," former CIA and National Security Agency director Michael Hayden tweeted.
"No one throws shade more eloquently than James Comey," one Twitter user wrote.
Twitter hilariously mocked Trump over the "ridiculous" claim with a slew of jokes, comments and memes.
McDonald's corporate account posted the tweet at 1 am to commemorate Black Friday that read: "Black Friday **** Need copy and link****".