The State of the Union is becoming a huge night for social media. In 2014, 2.1 million tweets were sent out during the live telecast and in the hour before the 2015 address Twitter was already abuzz. And the trolls (and non-trolls masquerading as such) were out to play.
Check out some of the most trolly tweets of the night.
Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana takes a swipe at the President, but spoils it with a grammar mistake.
Former Congressman John Dingell shared his plans for his night away from the Capitol.
Rep. Steve King of Iowa took a dig at one of the First Lady’s guests
White House Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer brings back memories of Obama-suits-past. The Internet let out a collective shudder.
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