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After celebrating Tom Brady's Super Bowl win and making the blanket statement that "any negative polls" are fake news, Donald Trump turned his Twitter laser on himself.

If you don't want to just disregard it as the typically boisterous tweeter-in-chief getting antsy on his gold toilet, Twitter had theories as to what prompted the outburst. Take one from Los Angeles Times reporter Matt Pearce:

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Additionally, NBC News writer Brad Jaffy figured the following Morning Joe clip might have something to do with it. On Monday, Joe Scarborough pointed to this SNL sketch riffing on "President Steve Bannon" running the Oval Office, and then to a recent Time cover with the same Trump advisor, Steve Bannon, and the caption, "The Great Manipulator."

At the end of the clip, Scarborough muses: "I don't know, I mean, maybe Bannon's calling all the shots. I still don't think he is, but... this is a thing..."

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Well, whether you think it's a huge coincidence that Trump used the same phrase in a tweet just hours after the segment aired or whether you think Trump watches the news when he should be running the world—doesn't really matter to Twitter.

The tweet instantly entered public life as a meme and a Twitter parody. Here's a few of the best:

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