The President of the U.S. wants to know that no one is safe from him on Twitter.
For example, he recently unleashed his firestorm of criticism for the U.S. national women’s soccer team co-captain Megan Rapinoe after she told reporters that she wouldn’t visit the White House if her team wins the 2019 Women’s World Cup.
As you’ve probably seen already, she told Eight by Eight that ‘she’s not going to the f. White House’:
— Eight by Eight (@8by8mag) June 25, 2019
Trump couldn’t let one insult slide, so he took it to Twitter to respond to Rapinoe’s comments with a series of tweets:
Trump, however, didn’t bother checking to make sure that he was tagging the correct Megan Rapinoe in his swift response, and he instead tagged another Megan Rapinoe (he has since corrected the tweets).
To make things even better, the “wrong” Megan Rapinoe (the one he tagged instead of the soccer player) took things as a joke, and she also decided to let the world know how she feels about the President:
Her responses quickly gained a lot of popularity, and she became the star of Twitter: