On Wednesday, a number of people took to Twitter to offer some free, friendly advise to GOP front-runner Donald Trump.
As one can imagine, the advice ran the full gamut of friendly to not-so-friendly.
This tweet, for example, wasn’t quite so friendly:
Drink bleach ?
— Riaz Snow ❄️ (@riazbapoo) April 13, 2016
Then there was this:
#MyAdviceToTrump Voters don't care if you actually know karate, they just want to see you make up a lot of cool moves at your events.
— Daniel Kibblesmith (@kibblesmith) April 13, 2016
Some advised Trump to drop out of the race:
Drop out before July Convention to save face to avoid inevitable shellacking you're destined to experience on 2nd ballot. #MyAdviceToTrump
— Trey Mays (@TreyMays) April 13, 2016
Others suggested an alternate line of work:
— tschnabs (@tylerschnabel) April 13, 2016
You are a far better reality tv star than presidential candidate… #MyAdviceToTrump
— TheFOO (@PolitiBunny) April 13, 2016
One person told Trump where he thinks a wall should go:
— Eric Wolfson (@EricWolfson) April 13, 2016
Another person suggested:
#MyAdviceToTrump Back away from the Twitterz
— ⭐❤ Harriet Baldwin (@HarrietBaldwin) April 13, 2016
Given what’s happened in recent weeks, that may not be such a bad idea…
One Twitter user suggested:
— Simar Ahluwalia (@sahluwal) April 13, 2016
The Daily Caller’s Jim Treacher suggested:
#MyAdviceToTrump: Keep doing what you're doing. But then, I don't want you to be president.
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) April 13, 2016
I said the advice ran from friendly to not-so friendly, right? Well it turns out a lot of it was not-so friendly, but there were some supporters:
#MyAdviceToTrump? Don't have any. He employs 22,500 people in the private sector and is worth $10 billion. And Dr. Carson endorses him.
— Jim Ostrom (@SaveUSA1776) April 13, 2016
— Galt's Goat (@Red__Rover) April 13, 2016
Then there was this, no doubt a reference to all those celebrities who’ve “threatened” to leave the country if Trump wins:
#MyAdviceToTrump Please become POTUS so all the idiots will move to Canada as promised.
— Rochelle Flynn (@cargirl579) April 13, 2016
Keep Fighting #MyAdviceToTrump
— Daniel Margosian (@housemargosian) April 13, 2016
#MyAdviceToTrump make the wall 10 ft higher dude
— Ethan (@ethanlord_10) April 13, 2016
#MyAdviceToTrump Stay cool. The LEOs,Border Patrol, Vets, & 100 million + American Patriots have your back.
— Bill Periman (@BillPeriman) April 13, 2016
And at the time of this writing, that was pretty much it for the “friendlies.” I may have missed one or two, but most were, as I noted earlier, not-so-friendly. Not to worry, though. Anyone who knows anything about Twitter knows that could change in a heartbeat.
Even so, the hashtag #MyAdvisetoTrump began trending Wednesday, and it looks like it may hang around for a while…
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