Many users took to twitter to voice their frustrations on Thursday morning, as Facebook and Instagram experienced outages.
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter mocked House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) over his former weight by sharing old pictures, a day after the congressman announced he was inviting President Donald Trump to upcoming impeachment hearings.
"Are any brave journos going to reach out to the White House and ask if this photo is doctored?" one Twitter commentator wrote.
Lahren called out the students for disrespecting the first lady at the opioid awareness event, but Twitter users were quick to criticize the Fox host for what they saw as hypocrisy.
"We have begun proactive outreach to many accounts who have not logged into Twitter in over six months to inform them their accounts may be permanently removed," a Twitter spokesperson told Newsweek.
With hype high and conversations raging across social media, the Tesla boss has been providing short updates about demand for the Cybertruck electric pickup. It appears to be rising.
The former national security adviser has so far refused to testify to House investigators, even threatening legal action if he is subpoenaed.
Congressman Devin Nunes recently issued a subpoena in an attempt to discover who's behind the anonymous parody accounts mocking him.
In a vague tweet, Bolton said that America's "commitment to our national security priorities" were "under attack from within," prompting some Twitter users to urge the former national security adviser to testify before the impeachment committee.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has called President Donald Trump a "blowhard," while claiming the president should have been banned by Twitter "a long time ago."
"...there are a lot of kids—especially in the lower income, minority neighborhoods—who literally just haven't seen it work. There isn't somebody they know personally who testifies to the value of education," Buttigieg said in 2011.
"How we respond to this abuse will determine whether the web lives up to its potential as a global force for good or leads us into a digital dystopia," Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned.
Trump on Sunday launched a series of tweets criticizing members of the Democratic Party and defending himself against impeachment allegations.
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Twitter responded by popularizing the nickname "Moscow Marsha" in a hashtag, possibly referencing the Republican lawmaker's June effort to block legislation that would have required campaigns to report their foreign contributions.
Evangelist Franklin Graham expressed his outrage over an Ohio school district's decision to allow transgender students unrestricted locker room access in a pair of tweets.
"Glad to be back on Twitter after more than two months," Bolton tweeted Friday morning. "For the backstory, stay tuned........"
Twitter users pointed out that the quote did not belong to Alexis de Tocqueville as Ivanka Trump claimed and said it was President Donald Trump's "decline of public morals" that were responsible.
It's been six years, but Elsa and Anna are finally back on the big screen today.
The Tesla Cybertruck has finally been unveiled by Elon Musk, and the blocky angular design is certainly unique. Love it or hate it, you will definitely be talking about it.
Emerald Robinson of OANN tweeted remarks about Dr. Fiona Hill and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, implying that neither witness is American.
The claim is made in the exposé "A Warning," the book by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration.
Cory Booker poked fun at Pete Buttigieg's maligned racial justice plan by amplifying a satirical article written by the parody website "The Onion," joking that the weirdest part of the headline was that he had never been to Kenya.
"Thank you Senator Sanders for coming to my show, making my whole night and for all that you stand for!!" 26-year-old Grande wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
Just before the third day of public impeachment hearings, Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade asked Trump not to tweet during the hearings the way he did in the past.
During the impeachment hearings, President Trump has attacked Maria Yovanovitch on Twitter, as well as other officials who have testified, and his party worries it may backfire.
The fiery critic of Trump went after former U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Twitter for what he called her "shameless" defense of the president.
Of those polled, 51 percent felt that Trump was wrong and should be removed from office, while 19 percent said that he was wrong but should retain his elected position.
The music producer and Black Eyed Peas frontman took to Twitter to complain about the behavior of a flight attendant on a Qantas Airways flight from Brisbane to Sydney in Australia.
"With a platform and a following, I have a responsibility to be aware of what I put out there," the author wrote from her Twitter account.