Burger King Jabs Trump over Misspelled 'Hamberders' Tweet

Sergio Cunningham
January 17, 2019

The chain fast food establishment took to Twitter to mock President Donald Trump's tweet that misspelled the word "hamburgers" as "hamberders". "Just serving hamburgers today", the Home of the Whopper said.

Trump said he paid for more than 1,000 "hamberders", and within one hour, they were all gone.

Trump paid for the "massive amounts of Fast Food" because the White House chefs have been furloughed as part of the longest government shutdown in US history.

When Trump tweeted about the occasion, he prided himself on serving "over 1000 hamberders" to the players and paid for them using his personal funds because of the government shutdown. "Great guys and big eaters!" he concluded.

President Donald Trump talks to reporters about the table full of fast food in the State Dining Room of the White House on Monday.

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People on social media expressed their disdain that the president would serve the athletes fast food.

As of Tuesday afternoon, Burger King's tweet had been liked over 62,000 times.

'We ordered American fast food. Paid for by me. "So I think we're going to have a little fun". If this pile of burgers is just a way of distracting us, I wanna say, I'm totally into it.

We don't know and probably never will but that didn't mean the internet didn't step up early on a Tuesday morning to try their best. How much he is left back there? 'None, ' a woman in the audience informed him.

President Trump later teased in his remarks that the players "wiped out more food than any human has ever seen before" after revealing that he first considered having his wife Melania "along with the second lady make some salads" for the players.

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