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#IHerebyOrder goes viral as Twitter mocks Trump’s ‘leave China’ order


President Donald Trump speaks to members of the press before departing from the White House on the south lawn before he boards Marine One on August 09, 2019 in Washington, DC. Donald Trump spoke to reporters about gun background checks and the escalation of the US-China trade war. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Twitter has a message for President Trump: You can’t always get what you want.

#IHerebyOrder went viral Friday on the social media network after Trump said he “hereby ordered” private American companies to leave China, the world’s second-biggest economy.

Serial critics of the mercurial president saw his tweet as a fresh sign of his less-than-stable state of mind.

#iherebyorder (a) mental health check on the President of the United States," wrote Rick Wilson, a prominent Republican #NeverTrumper.

White House reporter Andrew Feinberg spoke out for all chocolate lovers with an aspirational call for only the best M&M’s to be selected.

"I hereby order a bowl of M&Ms with all the brown ones removed, he wrote.

If Trump can tweet private companies into leaving China, one Keanu Reeves fan mused that she could be one hashtag away from the date of the century with the hunky Hollywood superstar.

“I hearby [SIC] order Keanu Reeves to fall madly in love with me, marry me, and feed me bon-bons,” wrote Diane Theodore.

Others simply sought to solve the ills of the world with a single tweet, starting with TP. “#IHereByOrder all toilet paper be hung in the correct position,” opined a user called @TexHellCat.