Once again, Donald Trump went viral.
On Monday morning, Trump, who boasts over 4 million followers on Twitter, asked fans to submit questions for a Q&A live from Twitter’s New York City office:
The Internet went nuts.
The hashtag #AskTrump quickly exploded with user-submitted questions. In total, users posted around 25,000 tweets using that hashtag, according to Nick Pacilio, a spokesman for Twitter.
But the majority of the tweets weren’t hard-hitting policy questions. Many participants took it as an opportunity to crack their best Trump-hair-related joke, while others vented their personal disapproval of the candidate. A new series of pig jokes emerged, an apparent nod to British Prime Minister David Cameron’s alleged swine encounter.
Serious policy questions were few and far-between. But despite the seemingly endless onslaught of silliness, Trump managed to answer a selection of mostly-serious questions.