Actor and director Jodie Foster gave an impassioned speech in which she warned the crowd:
We're standing in unity with our artists, and we're standing in unity with all people who are concerned about what's happening with our government and in this country right now.
Presumably the message had been received by the President of the United States, who tweeted Saturday morning:
Maybe the millions of people who voted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN should have their own rally. It would be the biggest of them all!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 25, 2017
People quickly saw the obvious joke:
@realDonaldTrump like that rally you threw for your inauguration that was half empty?— Alex Zalben (@azalben) February 25, 2017
People also pointed out that, if we're counting by people rather than by electoral college, Donald Trump would have lost the election:
@realDonaldTrump Unless, you know, the people who voted against you had a rally. That would be bigger.— Tom Bonier (@tbonier) February 25, 2017
@realDonaldTrump Well, it would probably be about 3 million smaller.— Evan Dashevsky (@haldash) February 25, 2017
.@realDonaldTrump It'd be 3 million smaller than the rally of people who voted for Hillary.— Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl) February 25, 2017
And then there was this zinger:
Not so sure; your inauguration was about as well attended as an ethics class at Trump U. https://t.co/WrpUtmtZf2— rob delaney (@robdelaney) February 25, 2017
Donald really doesn't like mornings, does he?
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