Donald Trump Nickelback meme video was removed by Twitter
Twitter has pulled the Nickelback meme video clip President Donald Trump tweeted yesterday mocking former VP Joe Biden.October 3, 2019
Now, the video clip has been removed by Twitter.
It all began yesterday when Trump took to Twitter to share a clip of Nickelback’s 2005 music video for “Photograph.”
Digging up an image of Biden and his son with a Ukrainian gas executive, Trump and his team superimposed the image into a clip of the music video.
According to Consequence of Sound, the Ukrainian gas executive is actually just a longtime business partner of Biden’s son Hunter.
As of Thursday morning, the video has been pulled down by Twitter.
Instead, the video clip reads a message stating, “Video not displayed: This video has been removed in response to a report from the copyright holder.”
LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH! pic.twitter.com/QQYTqG4KTt
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 2, 2019
Of course, that doesn’t mean this ridiculous tweet is gone forever. Thanks to the work of the internet, the clip is also available on YouTube.
If you missed it, you can check out Trump’s Nickelback meme below.
What’s next? Creed videos?
— Jimijams (@Jimi_Jammin) October 3, 2019
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