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Entry from June 11, 2019
“There’s a tweet for everything”

Twitter is a popular messaging service, and it’s proverbial that “there’s a tweet for everything.” “I have a tweet for everything!” was posted on Twitter by mrscococure on March 24, 2009. “I guess there’s a tweet for everything” was posted on Twitter by Sean on May 16, 2009. “There’s a tweet for everything isn’t there?” was posted on Twitter by Sierra Bell on May 22, 2009.
The saying went viral in early 2017, after the election of U.S. President Donald Trump. “He (Donald Trump—ed.) has a tweet for everything doesnt he” was posted on Twitter by gabe kiwami on December 26, 2016. “Trump has a tweet for everything” was posted on Twitter by Paul Fairbanks on February 14, 2017. “There’s a Trump tweet for everything” was posted by Christopher Ingraham on a Washington (DC) Post blog on July 18, 2017. “Trump once again reinforced the ‘there’s a tweet for everything’ viral meme” was posted on Uproxx on September 24, 2017.
Wikipedia: Twitter
Twitter (/ˈtwɪtər/) is an American online news and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Tweets were originally restricted to 140 characters, but on November 7, 2017, this limit was doubled to 280 for all languages except Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Users access Twitter through its website interface, through Short Message Service (SMS) or its mobile-device application software (“app”). Twitter, Inc. is based in San Francisco, California, and has more than 25 offices around the world.
Replying to @Vinces1214
@Vinces1214 that’s what I’m saying. I have a tweet for everything! Lol it’s crazy.
10:09 AM - 24 Mar 2009
I guess there’s a tweet for everything. Correcting us tweeters? How silly. Spelling&grammar r a concern but on twitter? Yeah right. Lol!
3:17 PM - 16 May 2009
Sierra Bell
Replying to @MyDrunkTweets00
@MyDrunkTweets00 there’s a tweet for everything isn’t there?
11:33 PM - 22 May 2009
Replying to @ShannonRenee
@ShannonRenee (re: twitterverse not for the faint of heart) Sure it is, honey .. Twitter is for everybody. There’s a tweet for everything!
12:49 PM - 22 Jul 2009
Marge Simpson
Twitter has a tweet for everything, lol every situation, every mood, directed to any type of person.
9:28 PM - 8 Oct 2015
gabe kiwami [kiwami means extreme]
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
@Menenyay he has a tweet for everything doesnt he
12:58 PM - 23 Dec 2016
Paul Fairbanks
More Paul Fairbanks Retweeted
Dang. Trump has a tweet for everything. https://twitter.com/manikrathee/status/831618462246002688
Paul Fairbanks added,
4:40 PM - 14 Feb 2017
Replying to @mikd33 @realDonaldTrump
There’s a tweet for everything DT says….lol
7:19 AM - 31 Mar 2017
Danny Deraney
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
There is a tweet for everything.
4:08 PM - 4 Apr 2017
What is Dead May Never Die
More What is Dead May Never Die Retweeted Donald J. Trump
There really is a tweet for everything from this man. #trump #syria #syriaairstrikes What is Dead May Never Die added,
Donald J. Trump
The President must get Congressional approval before attacking Syria-big mistake if he does not!
9:37 PM - 6 Apr 2017
The Atlantic
The Peculiar Prophecies of Nostradonald Trump
The president’s critics are dipping into his vast Twitter archive to find evidence of hypocrisy—and maybe even fortune telling.

MAY 23, 2017
“Is there a name for the eerie way that Trump subtweeted his entire presidency?” Peter Daou, a former Hillary Clinton adviser, said recently. “There’s truly a tweet for every occasion.” Various observers have compared the phenomenon to everything from mass-produced greeting cards to the elegance of mathematics to science fiction. 
“Seems there’s a hypocritical Trump tweet for almost every occasion,” one Twitter user wrote. “They’re like Hallmark cards.”
4 June 2017, Washington (DC) Post, “Donald Trump makes Ford’s Theatre gala his first Washington social outing” by Emily Heil (weblog post):
He even once tweeted about the theater itself (there’s a Trump tweet for everything, it seems), wondering why the 2012 biopic “Lincoln” didn’t film there.
18 July 2017, Washington (DC) Post blog:
There’s a Trump tweet for everything, failed Obamacare repeal edition: From “nobody can do that like me” to “I’m not going to own it.”
By Christopher Ingraham
18 July 2017, CNN Tonight (recorded by CQ Roll Call), “Trump’s Undisclosed Meeting”:
DON LEMON, HOST: Well, OK. Here’s the thing where you say that. Because this is a—because, you know, there’s a tweet for everything and they’re coming to bite.
Donald Trump Is Tweeting Through It As The NFL Continues Its Barrage Of Protests
Finally, in a “life imitating memes” type of situation, Trump once again reinforced the “there’s a tweet for everything” viral meme by going back on his words from two days after his inauguration. 
Business Insider
9 tweets that prove that there really is an old Trump tweet for everything
Michal Kranz Oct. 15, 2017, 11:25 AM
As many on Twitter have noted, there seems to be an old Trump tweet for every current situation, ranging from Trump’s firing of his communications chiefs to his handling of Hurricane Maria.
Donald Trump Jr.‘s Eric Schneiderman Tweets Ignore Sexual Abuse Survivors & Prop Up His Dad Instead
May 7 2018
Using the remark, “There is a tweet for everything,” which is often used by Trump’s opponents when they are dredging up old social media posts made by the president before he entered politics, Trump Jr. shared his father’s five year-old tweet.
Kevin Durant Exposed for Calling Kawhi Leonard ‘System Player’ in Old Tweet
By Michael Luciano
10 JUN 2019
As the old saying goes, there’s a tweet for everything.

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