While the world waited with bated breath to see who would become the 45th President of the United States -- Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton -- Twitter had already picked its favourite candidate when it came to election memes.
The US presidential election provided enough forage to trolls on social media, all thanks to political spats, debates, name-calling and more. On Wednesday, something launched the umpteenth social media election meme of 2016.
Republican nominee Donald Trump was caught on camera seemingly taking a peek over the voting machine’s blinder at his wife Melania’s ballot.
People tweeted saying Trump has trust issues and is so “paranoid of the things you’ve said about women (that) you have to check your wife’s ballot”:
s/o to this golden moment where Trump let us all know that he doubted his own wife would vote for him. pic.twitter.com/rDdUtlxvsu— JamesMichael Nichols (@jamesmichael) November 8, 2016
Donald Trump has to copy off his wife because he doesn't know who to vote for. pic.twitter.com/xUsQr5xiYf— VAPING KILLS (@StopVaping) November 8, 2016
When a similar image emerged of Eric Trump stealing a glance toward his own wife Lara Yunaska, @JuddLegum tweeted “Like father, like son.”
Like father, like son pic.twitter.com/5n9Kf4tSwH— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) November 8, 2016
While someone pointed out something important:
Eric Trump making sure his wife votes the right way. Psst: That's illegal to watch another vote btw. https://t.co/FWuDGvHdrw— Kat Capps (@KatCapps) November 8, 2016
Which is your favourite from the volley of Internet reactions, trolls and memes on the US presidential elections? Share them with us in the comments.
With agency inputs