You won't believe what McDonald's just tweeted Donald Trump

You won't believe what McDonald's just tweeted Donald Trump

You won't believe what McDonald's just tweeted Donald Trump

Trump, interestingly, is one of the more fast-food friendly U.S. presidents in recent years, and is also known to be a prolific Twitter user.

Disregarding the world's largest nuclear arsenal, disregarding the fact that he is now the president of the United States, someone at McDonald's thought it would be amusing if they called Donald Trump a 'disgusting excuse of a President' on Twitter'. The tweet that also called for return of former president Barack Obama was briefly pinned to the top of company's corporate account and then deleted.

Supporters of President Donald Trump are urging for a boycott of McDonalds after the fast food giant's official account Tweeted that the president is "disgusting" and "has small hands".

The tweet was sent shortly after 8 a.m. Unfortunately, while it has been removed as early as mid-morning of Thursday, it has already been retweeted numerous times. McDonald's said its account was "compromised" but offered no explanation as to whether it was an internal employee that went rogue, or if the account was hacked by a third party.

However, in February, Easterbrook suggested he approved of Trump's nomination as Labor secertary of Andrew Puzder, chief executive of CKE Restaurants, which owns fast-food chains Hardee's and Carl's Jr.

That said though, Trump is known to be an avid Twitter user.

On Wednesday, hundreds of prominent Twitter accounts - from celebrities like Justin Beiber to news organizations including Forbes - were hacked. McDonald's reported that they had deleted the tweet and took steps to secure their account.

The company has not responded to requests for further comment. The corporate account has 150,000 followers, while the main USA account has 3.39 million.

The first thing you do when you see a corporate account of a major global company tweet something like this is take a screen shot.

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