Donald Trump Caught Doing Something on Twitter…But It’s Not What You Think It Is!


Donald Trump will soon learn that there is no hiding when you are the president of the United States, let alone on Twitter…

The president-elect, who is set to take office on January 20th, was caught up in a ‘Twitterversy’ this week after one eagled eyed Twitter user spotted that the soon-to-be 45th president of the United States was following an account called ‘Emergency Kittens’. Anyone can view who is following who on Twitter and if you’re famous, expect people to be checking! The decision was rescinded a few hours later. Was this a sneak peak at his policies to be? Guess we’ll find out soon.

As you might guess from the title of the account, Emergency Kittens is an account dedicated to our cute, furry little friends. They describe themselves as “Critiquing the cutest cats online!” Sounds pretty professional to us.

Do we blame The Donald? Not at all. Kittens are cute. Everyone loves kittens. Well, not everyone, but you know what we mean.

The ‘incident’ occurred on Sunday evening, most probably between security briefings and crunch talks about the make up of his new Whitehouse staff. The key question on everyone’s lips was, however, was it an accident? Or was this Trump’s way of telling the world that he loves kittens? We assume he only likes the ones with proper documentation, though. Make sense.

The ‘news’ was quite striking at first because Trump, although he is a Twitter powerhouse, doesn’t follow many people on the social networking site. Before Kitten-gate, he only followed 41 people, and they are mostly politicians, companies connected to his business and his family.

The admin of Emergency Kittens decided to reach out to their most famous follower with a joke, but he didn’t seem to want to hear the punchline. Donald swiftly unfollowed the account and the mystery remains unsolved. No, not the punchline. That we know…

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Roll on January 20th. We’re sure it’s going to be a meowingly good time.