Here's How Twitter Saved Donald Trump's Disastrous Reddit AMA
Whether you'd like to believe it or not, Donald Trump is OFFICIALLY the Republican presidential nominee.
Now, that's not a flimsy title to throw around at the bar. Mr. Trump could very well be the next President of the United States.
As a result, Reddit's "The_Donald" thread held an Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) event in which Donald Trump answered a handful of questions people have been wanting to ask him since he first announced his presidential bid on June 16, 2015.
The only problem was the fierce moderators of the Reddit thread kept deleting questions posted by users. But the moderators were no match for Twitter users who used the #TrumpAMA hashtag to ask their questions.
The totally unbiased Reddit thread also noted that it is "Reddit's second-most active community," "nine times larger than Hillary Clinton's community" and operated "entirely by unpaid moderators."
So, who signed-in to question GOP presidential nominee? A ton of people. But the moderators did their jobs and deleted countless questions, leaving only the fluff for him to answer.
Here are a few of the answered questions from Trump's Reddit AMA.
Donald Trump started off by speaking on voter fraud and his support for NASA.
He had a few words regarding media bias in the United States.
His coined "Crooked Hillary Clinton" phrase even made an appearance in four separate answers.
Once he was done bashing Hillary Clinton, he made sure to voice his support for law enforcement.
Trump went for the low-hanging fruit when it came to questions, such as this one.
Let's face it, there are plenty of unanswered questions out there. Most of them were deleted by the moderators during the AMA event. But luckily for us, Twitter saved the day.
It turns out a few curious Twitter users had some pretty WILD questions for The Donald -- and these questions *weren't* deleted.
No one likes being silenced.