A Guide to the Best Hashtags Dragging Donald Trump

A handy guide to the best hashtags dragging Donald Trump, like #BoycottTrump and #MakeDonaldDrumpfAgain

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Human self-tan-after-photo-gone-wrong Donald Trump inspired another viral tweet Friday after declining to debate Democratic presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders. Trump originally agreed to the debate when Jimmy Kimmel read an invitation from Sanders on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night. “If I debated him we would have such high ratings and I think we should take that money and give it to some worthy charity,” Trump said. “If we paid a nice sum toward a charity, I would love to do that.”

Unsurprisingly, Trump was full of shit, but thankfully the internet didn't let him off easy. Twitter users gave the presidential hopeful a bit of his own medicinewith the insulting hashtag #ChickenTrump. Of course, this is not the first time Trump's inspired a viral hashtag. Since the beginning of his campaign, Trump's given us plenty of material to unite over on Twitter, so we thought a recap of the best Trump hashtags would be a great way to get this holiday weekend going. 


This hashtag has been around for quite some time so it's hard to pinpoint its origins, but we are thankful it exists to accurately and succinctly express our feelings.

Be wise America #DumpTrump pic.twitter.com/4JeUobmN8A

— Nat (@natwhereuat) May 19, 2016

#drumpf2016 supporters be like, "I want my whites only water fountains back!" #MakeDonaldDrumpfAgain

— Green Eyed Bandit (@jojoninja444) February 29, 2016

#MakeDonaldDrumpfAgain, was introduced to the world February 28 by comedian Jon Oliver on his HBO show Last Week Tonight. Oliver revealed Trump's ancestral name is Drumpf, which of course meant it needed to be ridiculed. Oliver created the hashtag, along with a website selling related merchandise

How comes a comedy show is doing more researching about the USA President candidates than the actual news shows? #MakeDonaldDrumpfAgain

— Firstplacelast😜 (@Firstplacelast) February 29, 2016
A self-explanatory protest hashtag that unfortunately did not work well enough to stop Trump from getting the Republican nomination. But at least it provides some LOLs. 


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