TikTok users troll Donald Trump’s voter fraud claims
Trump's campaign staffers in Arlington and Virginia have been bombarded with prank calls from people over the President's defeat. These calls have also become a trend on TikTok.
TikTok users using the popular video-sharing platform to troll the incumbent US President Donald Trump.
If you have seen the headlines off lately, you would know that Democratic-elect Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump to become the 46th president of the United States. While the world is busy congratulating Biden over his momentous victory, one person who has not accepted the outcome of the 2020 US Presidential election is the incumbent President.
In a bid to quash the election results, Trump administration executives and allies, including the President's sons, are asking people with suspicion or evidence for voter fraud to call a specific hotline number. Netizens have responded to this message by trolling Trump's voter fraud claims on TikTok.
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As per a report by ABC News, Trump's campaign staffers in Arlington and Virginia have been bombarded with prank calls from people over the President's defeat. The report notes that while some people are mocking Trump, others are laughing before hanging up. What's more? These prank calls on Trump campaign's hotline number have already become a trend on TikTok.
As per a separate report by Ars Technica, rap song FDT (which stands for exactly what you imagine it would be) is one of the popular tactics that netizens used on the video-sharing platform. Some people also played the song The Devil Went Down to Georgia while challenging a staffer for a fiddle context.
It is worth noting that this is not the first time that trolling Trump has become a trend on TikTok. As per a report by The New York Times, TikTok users and K-pop fans claimed responsibility for less than expected turn-out at Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma back in June this year. Users'
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