Corporate fast-food giant McDonald's slammed President Donald Trump on Twitter Thursday, according to an archived tweet from the McDonald's corporate account.
The Twitterati were firmly surprised after a controversial tweet against President Trump was posted on McDonald's official page.
"Based on our investigation, we have determined that our Twitter account was hacked by an external source", Terri Hickey, a spokeswoman for McDonald's, told CNBC.
Update: McDonald's corporate Twitter account just posted some clarification of what happened. Donald Trump is bad and he does have small hands.
The rogue tweet highlights the risks of social media, when high-profile accounts can be either hijacked or sometimes targeted by "trolls", in social media parlance, who harass the account and its followers.
He recently posted a tweet condemning Snoop Dogg's new video and suggesting that the rapper "should be thrown in jail".
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This isn't the first time a fast food company has been hacked. Others became concerned about the company's social media manager.
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President Trump didn't respond to the Tweet that was sent out by McDonald's Corporation today.
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