After successfully derailing US President Donald Trump’s ‘comeback rally’ last month, young TikTok users are again using the platform to disrupt the politician.
Users of the platform are now encouraging one another to leave one-star reviews on all of Trump’s restaurants and businesses.
The trend was launched by a TikTok user known as ‘Angel’.
Speaking to Daily Dot, Angel said the campaign is about holding the President accountable.
“We need to be heard and our president needs to focus on the futures of future generation such as black/Indigenous and LGTBTQ+ communities and have them feel accepted and welcomed in our country,” the TikTok user said.
The original video has already been viewed 150,000 times, with a number of other users now following suit.
I love Kellyanne Conway‘s daughter Claudia Conway telling everyone to leave a 1 STAR⭐️ Reviews on all of TRUMPS properties!❤️??? pic.twitter.com/SzxBLHTxe9
— DanielNewmaη 404-737-1636 (@DanielNewman) June 30, 2020
Other videos show users leaving these negative reviews.
And the trend appears to be taking off.
On the page of one of Trump’s hotels in Las Vegas, there have been 33 one-star reviews left in the past few days – with no any other-star reviews.
The President’s other businesses, including Trump Grill, Mar-a-lago and Trump Tower have also been bombarded.
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