Donald Trump Shares Video of Out-of-Control Beverage Cart at Chicago's O'Hare Airport, Twitter Compares it With US President's Tenure
US President Donald Trump (Photo Credits: Getty Images/File)

Washington DC, October 1: US President Donald Trump shared a tweet consisting a video showing an out-of-control beverage cart, but ended up getting trolled on Twitter. The incident took place at the Chicago's O'Hare Airport. However, Twitter users were quick to point out that the out of control cart resembled President Trump's presidency more accurately than anything else. President Trump is known to be a prolific Twitter user, but the latest memefest that the US President finds himself in is surely not bound to go well with the President, especially with the impeachment demands doing rounds. US President Donald Trump Turns Peshwa Bajirao and Dances to Ranveer Singh's Malhari Song and Netizens Can't Get Enough of This Viral Meme.

The original video was posted by Fox 32 News. The President of US retweeted the video with the caption, "Great job, just in time". His praise was for the workers who handled the situation well and did not let the situation get out of hand. There was also a parked airline besides the cart, shows the video. Donald Trump Trolled Again! Video of US President Boarding a Plane With Toilet Paper Stuck to His Shoe Goes Viral.

See President Trump's Tweet Below

Here's How Twitter Responded

Praise For the Tweet

And Then There Was This

"Your subconscious tweeted out the perfect impeachment metaphor. Note the people standing around doing nothing except narrowly avoiding getting hurt (Congressional Republicans). The guy who stops the cart is impeachment personafied," wrote a user to highlight the relevance of the tweet.

One User Had This to Say

Questioning President Trump's Excess Love For Twitter

In his other tweet, US President Donald Trump on Tuesday congratulated Chinese President Xi Jinping and his countrymen on the 70th anniversary of the Communist regime in the country but with a vow to prevail in the trade war and berating Beijing for not accepting an earlier drafted deal.”Congratulations to President Xi and the Chinese people on the 70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China!” the President tweeted today, on Tuesday.