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President Donald Trump is the talk of the town whether we like it or not.

When he's not attacking institutions and individuals with reckless impunity, he's golfing or watching Fox News (and then tweeting about that).

But what will happen the day his Twitter account is no longer active?

Nevertheless, this was the inspiration for today's burning question from Redditor LonelyPauper, who asked the online community, "What will Donald Trump's final tweet be?"


Tweet #1

Twisted Twitter is at it again with their biased and lame tweets. Sad. Never tweeting again. Be sure to follow me on Tik Tok.

skurvee97

Tweet #2

The Aristocrats.

ASIDE: (For those of you who don't know: It's a really famous taboo joke.)

Daidalus

Tweet #3

"Never wanted to be president anyway."

MrsLangley

Tweet #4

"Life was great I lived the best life ask anyone they'll tell you Donald Trump lived the best life phony Dems refuse to admit I lived a better the best life than Crook Hillary."

guacsolid

Tweet #5

Giphy

"THESE STUPID DOCTORS AT THIS HOSPITAL KNOW NOTHING. SO STUPID. THEY SHOULD BE DISQUALIFIED FROM PRACTICING MEDICINE. I'M FINE"

downwithbrohames

Tweet #6

Covfefe.

Kayleaj

Tweet #7

"The American government is corrupt, so corrupt that it would impeach an innocent president."

KittyDunkle

Tweet #9

"I'm fired."

nathanisamiddlename

Tweet #10

My addiction to spray tanning has given me cancer. Sad. So sad.

akatheblonde1

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