On the same morning that President Donald Trump denigrated transgender people on Twitter by writing they could not serve in U.S. military, Twitter shot back with a trending topic that Trump probably will not enjoy.
#TrumpWritesHallmarkCards trended early Wednesday as people wrote riffs on Trump’s more famous utterances, transforming them into a more egotistical version of the famous sentimental notes.
Hallmark Cards Inc. is based in Kansas City. Despite the popularity of the hashtag, Hallmark and Trump are not in talks to strike a deal to create a new line of cards.
“We can indeed confirm that Donald Trump does not write for Hallmark Cards,” said Amy Nouri, a spokesperson for Hallmark.