This is a far cry from McDonald's typical tweets.
At first, you might think somebody at McD's thought they were tweeting from their personal account. But that's impossible, because they pinned the tweet.
The tweet was deleted within 20 minutes of being posted, but that was long enough for it to be retweeted more than 1,000 times. And of course, it was immortalized forever in screenshots.
Shortly after the tweet was deleted, McDonald's posted an update stating that the account had been hacked.
The president has yet to comment on the tweet. But considering how much he loves fast food, he's definitely going to be upset.
Was this really the work of hackers? Or are Ronald McDonald and his goons just covering up the actions of a rebellious employee to hide the fact that they're running a leaky ship? This is beginning to sound suspiciously like the Trump White House.