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

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

The president, who is frequently on Twitter, has not addressed the McDonald's tweet thus far.

The tweet called for a return of Barack Obama, who's former press secretary, Robert Gibbs, is the executive vice president and global chief communications officer at McDonald's. One hour after the tweet was sent, @McDonaldsCorp said the account is now secure and an investigation is underway.

Where were you when McDonalds became The Resistance?

"JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!" he shouted, in a tweet posted on @realDonaldTrump at 11 a.m. March 14.

While it was deleted just minutes later, it was too late. Others sad although they're not McDonalds fans, the tweet inspired them to stop in to the restaurant for the first time in years. It also said it is investigating the hack. The corporate account has 150,000 followers, while the main USA account has 3.39 million.

In those cases, the hacks were a harmless message letting the user know that the accounts had been compromised.

McDonald's corporate account tweeted this.

Does one of the world's biggest fast-food chains have a problem with the president? "I'm a very clean person". Trump told Anderson Cooper at a CNN town hall previous year.

He tweeted pictures of himself eating food from McDonald's on the United States presidential campaign trail. He ate this feast on board his private jet. McDonald's tweet against Donald Trump criticizes the US President.

However, more pertinent to today's tweet is a 2002 McDonald's commercial starring Trump. They looked into this incident using some deductive reasoning.

The company earlier said it was notified by Twitter that its account was "compromised".

Trump's second most popular tweet this week was a tally of new jobs created.

"So long as an apology was made, and they're taking steps to ensure they don't get hacked in the future, there's not much else social media can do", she says.

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