President Donald Trump is a known fan of McDonald's ...
But a recent tweet from the brand wasn't exactly complimentary:
McDonald's was quick to delete the tweet and alert followers that its account had been "compromised."
Twitter notified us that our account was compromised. We deleted the tweet, secured our account and are now investigating this.— McDonald's (@McDonaldsCorp) March 16, 2017
Despite the quick fix, Twitter users couldn't help but have some fun with the awkward mishap.
The we-swear-it-wasn't-an-intern tweet. https://t.co/W8reQ2GtbS— Cliff Judy (@CliffJudy) March 16, 2017
BREAKING: Authorties have released image of person suspected of hacking @McDonalds twitter pic.twitter.com/DJW7yI8zq4— Erik Zachary (@ErikZ) March 16, 2017
Trump supporter boycott list (updated):— ChristianChristensen (@ChrChristensen) March 16, 2017
* Snoop Dogg
* Federal Courts
We'll have to wait and see how the incident affects McDonald's relationship with the president.
But hopefully Grimace can help smooth things over.