The video was not the first time President Donald Trump has hinted he could stay in office beyond the two-term limit.
"This is a work of genius."
There's an easy way to make sure you don't hurt anyone's feelings.
The son of the presidential hopeful Joe Biden is trending on Twitter after news broke that an Arkansas woman has filed a paternity suit against him.
For some, being considered "trending" is quite the accomplishment; however, for one YouTube channel, the trending page is nothing new.
Speaking on his InfoWars show "War Room," Shroyer called for the lynching of "treasonous" former President Barack Obama.
"I'm sorry I betrayed your trust, I'm sorry I pushed you all away," Amofah says in the video.
NBC News's "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd accused Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of doing southern border migrants a "tremendous disservice" by calling detention centers concentration camps.
"At Cracker Barrel, we work hard to foster a culture that is welcoming and inclusive–we have a zero-tolerance policy for discriminatory treatment or harassment of any sort," the company stated.
Some commenters embraced the opportunity to share their experiences, while others dismissed it as a superficial take on a deeply serious matter.
"The tweet was meant to be humorous and light-hearted, but was hurtful to some," the department wrote in a follow-up tweet.
"I don't know, I think Motley Crue has sold out more arenas than you have and could fill more seats than you," one Twitter user wrote.
The technology billionaire, known for leading SpaceX and Tesla, sparked confusion, intrigue and a slew of memes in response to his latest Twitter escapades.
The president's favorite putdowns on Twitter function as a virtual Rorschach test for his own personality, traits and behavior
Cosby is serving a three to 10 year sentence in Pennsylvania for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his home.
Simpson's appearance on the platform arrived close to the 25th anniversary of the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman
One team came out on top, but in terms of social media content, they're both winners.
"We only get 79% of the res men get for the same work...uh...photo."
President Donald Trump loves Twitter but there is one thing that bugs him about the social media platform, according to new book "The Real Deal" by ex-employee George Sorial.
Her performance is sure to brighten your day.
Twitter's co-founder lambasted Fox News as far more powerful and destructive than the social network. But is he right?
One-hundred percent of the profits go to saving the sharks.
The husband of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway called for the president to resign and seek professional help.
"Problem is, if you don't hit back, people believe the Fake News is true," wrote Trump.
Biden posted a photo of a bracelet that his first name next to Obama's, complete with a smiley face.
William Barr "thinks that he's a hero for helping to destroy the credibility of the DOJ," one user tweeted.