Donald Trump Is an Overgrown Man Baby Controlled by Putin, According to Twitter Memes

Senator Bob Corker talks to reporters on Capitol Hill, October 19, in Washington, D.C. He reignited a Twitter storm Tuesday after responding to President Donald Trump's tweets. Getty Images/Drew Angerer

Republican U.S. Senator Bob Corker quickly shot back at President Donald Trump's Twitter attack Tuesday morning, again suggesting the billionaire commander-in-chief required staff to corral and control him, thus sparking the trending hashtag #AlertTheDayCareStaff.

Twitter users took the trend and ran with it, posting pictures and memes of the president as an overgrown child with the White House as his giant playpen, among many others.

After Trump said Corker couldn't even get elected dogcatcher in Tennessee and that the longtime Tennessee senator opted not to run for re-election because the president wouldn't endorse him, Corker reiterated his tweet from October 8 about staff taking care of the president and all but called Trump a liar.

"Same untruths from an utterly untruthful president. #AlertTheDaycareStaff," he tweeted. As of publishing time, Corker was the most popular nonsponsored trend on Twitter, and his hashtag was ranked fourth.

Same untruths from an utterly untruthful president. #AlertTheDaycareStaff

— Senator Bob Corker (@SenBobCorker) October 24, 2017

It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning.

— Senator Bob Corker (@SenBobCorker) October 8, 2017

It appeared like Trump was responding to Corker when telling NBC News that Tuesday's luncheon with Senate Republicans, which both were scheduled to attend, was only a "photo-op" and nothing more.

Twitter users, though, quickly fired off an array of memes.

One targeted allegations Trump is controlled by Russian President Vladimir Putin, accusations that have marred his presidency from the beginning.

Whoops! Putin must have had meetings this morning #AlerttheDaycareStaff

— Olga Lautman (@OlgaNYC1211) October 24, 2017

Trump paid to get this to trend: #ThingsITrustMorethanCNN

For FREE, America got #Alertthedaycarestaff to trend.@realDonaldTrump is unfit

— Private Joker, USMC (@Infantry0300) October 24, 2017

Trump can't get anything done, so instead of doing his job he has decided to throw another tantrum! Someone #AlertTheDaycareStaff.

— Protestcards (@protestcards) October 24, 2017

So-called @POTUS, thin-skinned narcissist @realDonaldTrump, is whining like a baby again! #AlertTheDaycareStaff #AlertTheDaycareStaff

— Damon (@rieth_damon) October 24, 2017

A parody account for Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, also chimed in.

.@realDonaldTrump woke up cranky. #AlertTheDayCareStaff

— Barack Obama ____________________________🇺🇸Fan (@ThePresObama) October 24, 2017

Trump was known for his pride in being featured on the covers of many magazines well before taking office, and so a mockup of a Time cover got some retouching.

Time for his plug!

— Smarty Pants (@Smarty220Pants) October 24, 2017

Someone else superimposed Trump's face onto a child sitting on a toilet. There are markings and writing all over a bathroom's walls, and the caption reads: "Obama did it."

#AlertTheDaycareStaff Trumpie has poopied his diaper again! HA

— Wear a Mask Nanz 🌊 (@NanzzzzNanzzz) October 24, 2017

One meme flipped the president's most famous slogan to: "Make my Diaper Smell Great Again."

This is Trump when he can’t get his way #AlertTheDaycareStaff

— MimiZelman #TeamPelosi 🌊 (@mimizelman) October 24, 2017

Corker has proved to be one of the few top Republicans to publicly challenge the president over his work while in office and his temperament. The 65-year-old chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee specifically called out Trump's tactics with North Korea, and told The New York Times the president could put the U.S. "on the path to World War III."

He also said many other legislators feel the same as he does about Trump's volatility.

"Look, except for a few people, the vast majority of our caucus understands what we're dealing with here," Corker told the Times, adding that "of course they understand the volatility that we're dealing with and the tremendous amount of work that it takes by people around him to keep him in the middle of the road."