Twitter couldn't help but mock the president over his "epic meltdown" with a slew of jokes, memes and sarcastic comments.
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Emily, 23, told Twitter about a man called Ben who was boasting on a Bournemouth to Manchester train about cheating on his girlfriend. The search for cheating Ben has gone viral.
"By morning he'll have taken credit for the supermoon," one Twitter user joked.
"Having a full-out meltdown on Twitter is not helping his case," Lis Smith, former director of rapid response for Barack Obama's campaign, said.
"The UK is not only the best place to start a new business, it's also the best place to grow one," Chancellor Philip Hammond said.
"Flynn has flipped and now all we can do is wonder how much longer until 45 is the last domino to fall," one Twitter user wrote.
"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.
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"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.