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The guy who runs the Trump Organization Twitter account is being mocked for hyping up one of the account’s tweets from his personal account.
On Friday, brands do what brands do best by officially running a meme into the ground. Netflix tweeted, “What’s something you can say during sex but also when you manage a brand twitter account?”
Things got pretty wild. Arby’s asked, “Do you want more meat?” and Kettle Brand Chips wrote, “You can go elbow deep in me.”
Well, the Trump Organization also wanted in on the action.
“It’s YUGEEE!” the Twitter account responded.
The tweet had one very notable hype man.
“Tweet of the year,” wrote Matthew LaDolcetta, who is head of digital for the Trump Organization, according to his very own bio.
Tweet of the year— Matthew LaDolcetta (@MattLaDolcetta) December 7, 2019
LaDolcetta was swiftly called out for the virtual self high-five.
“Great post, me,” Twitter user @LizardRumsfeld wrote, along with screenshots of LaDolcetta’s bio and response to his own response.
Great post, me pic.twitter.com/TQA8Pv2bWs— Dope Tugging Knob (@LizardRumsfeld) December 8, 2019
Eilish O’Sullivan is the news wire editor for the Daily Dot. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle and the Daily Texan.