Trump’s favorite fast food chain just trolled him over his reckless tweets

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You know that your threats of nuclear devastation against North Korea might not be being taken with the gravity that they deserve when your favorite fast food chain starts mocking them.

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Donald Trump found that his one-upmanship in nuclear rhetoric with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has become a humorous model for a marketing campaign by fried chicken franchiser KFC in their never-ending battle against the army of Hamburglars at McDonald’s.

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To truly appreciate the satire involved, one must have first read the horrifying Trump tweet that inspired the parody.

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Kudos to Trump for the recent advancement of his vocabulary skills to the point where he’s using words beyond third-grade English, like “depleted” and “regime.” Someone please give him a gold star to feed that voracious ego.

The digital marketing department at KFC in the UK & Ireland could not let an opportunity like this pass by without turning it to their advantage.

While a wonderful piece of mockery, the biggest revelation to this American is that KFC’s in Great Britain serve burgers as well as fried chicken! Who knew?

While the laughs in this tweet come from the exaggerated size-queen sentiments in the original and, well, the gravy, the humor masks an underlying horror that the man who wrote the original inspiring tweet is the President of the United States and not a nine-year-old child. Somehow we Americans would prefer that our President tweet out words of significance and gravity, not ones that inspire jokes about gravy.

Vinnie Longobardo

Vinnie Longobardo is a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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