"Many people are saying" things about Donald Trump, but not in the way the Republican nominee may want.
Twitter hashtag "many people are saying" began trending nationally late Monday after Trump tweeted a comment pushing the idea the public believes former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was connected to the execution of an Iranian scientist.
Those opposed to and in support of Trump turned out on Twitter to chime in their two cents, as well as random Twitter users looking to push their non-political hobbyhorses.
Mini-lesson in credibility to candidates for POTUS: damnit, don't argue ANY thesis starting w/ #ManyPeopleAreSaying! https://t.co/cAXPkXFbWy— Jeffrey Wright (@jfreewright) August 9, 2016
#ManyPeopleAreSaying ...and I thought Palin was scary— Laurie (@TksABunchJohn) August 9, 2016
#ManyPeopleAreSaying that when Trump says #ManyPeopleAreSaying there's actually #NoPeopleSaying what he says #ManyPeopleAreSaying— andy lassner (@andylassner) August 9, 2016
#ManyPeopleAreSaying that Susan Collins brought the heat on @realDonaldTrump tonight. https://t.co/1H7q6kPjJ8 pic.twitter.com/t7WkFpvpUp— Ian Sams (@IanSams) August 9, 2016
This #ManyPeopleAreSaying offering comes from a professor at the Naval War College https://t.co/YiZwsrYlRH— Emily Flitter (@FlitterOnFraud) August 9, 2016
#ManyPeopleAreSaying @realDonaldTrump Destroyed The Republican Party pic.twitter.com/zcjAHiXpYl— Laurel 🇺🇸 #BoycottNRA 🚫 (@laureldavilacpa) August 9, 2016
#ManyPeopleAreSaying ecigs are just as bad (or even worse) than cigarettes. They're wrong. Ecigs save lives! pic.twitter.com/fgLEh3lCOh— It’s OK to be Sparkly 💖🇬🇧 (@anImaginaryEcho) August 9, 2016
#ManyPeopleAreSaying children should be aborted due to tough circumstances. Simone Biles proves them wrong. https://t.co/U39Y9KHYa9 #ProLife— Susan B Anthony List (@SBAList) August 9, 2016