Donald Trump hosted a question-and-answer session Monday on Twitter—and naturally some funny Internet hijinks ensued.
Users were invited to ask questions of the real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate, which Trump would answer via video at Twitter’s New York offices.
Trump took time to answer about a dozen user questions, mostly related to his campaign, but he fielded a few lighter questions, too.
But things got a bit nuttier as the #AskTrump hashtag took on a life of its own.
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