A Lot Of People Tweeted About “Veep” After Trump's Inauguration

1. On Friday, Jan. 20, Donald Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.

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2. The real-life inauguration inspired some to tweet about everyone’s favorite fictional political comedy, Veep.

3. A lot of people used photos of Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Veep’s main character, Selina Meyer.

6. And expressed their feelings about Trump’s inauguration.

#SelinaMeyer4President #Veep

— J.A (@joselitogaarcia)

we’d be way better off with #SelinaMeyer at the helm, honestly. Hell, we might be better off with Gary and the Leviathan.

— sunny smith (@SunbearSmith)

Life has never felt more like an episode of #Veep

— Dudley Colley (@thecorpo)

9. Others used quotes from the show to describe Vice President Mike Pence, the actual veep.

Now that @mike_pence is officially the veep, we can use all the “Veep” memes to describe his time in office, right? https://t.co/WPQWIIQw8y

— Dan Carden (@nwi_DanCarden)

11. Hillary Clinton also found her way into the Veep/inauguration day conversation online.

Hillary, WTF!!???!?!?!!!?

— ¡Ay, Caramba! (@gillyworks)

12. As did Michelle Obama.

Just guessing Michelle Obama’s internal monologue right now.

— Aaron Michael (@subsahaaron)

13. Veep prompted lots of jokes.

I think I’ll just get my political news for the next 4 years by watching #Veep over and over.

— Eric Jones (@deacon05oc)

14. And it looks like the inauguration even inspired some to rewatch the TV show.

Today seems like a good day to start rewatching Veep.

— Niall Adams (@niall_adams)

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