President Donald Trump shared a Twitter blast today that used REMs 1993 single, Everybody Hurts as background music.
To bassist Mike Mills, it seemed like the end of the world as we know it – and he didn't feel fine.
"By the way," said Mills in a tweet recording of the Twitter user who created the video, "go [expletive] himself." He later added, "Measures have been taken to stop it," Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey notes. "You have to move on."
The video – created by a Trump fan – highlighted footage from the Union state, address with the melancholy ballad Everbody Hurts . The accompanying images showed glimpses of some of the congressmen present ̵
The video was credited in a watermark with the Twitter handle @CarpeDonktum, whose user bio said: "I tweet and meme in support of Donald Trump."
Mills tagged Trump in a tweet that reflects his rebellion. "You are a fraud, a charlatan and a king. You know, I know it soon, everyone will know it. You can't be gone soon enough."
The video was shared more than 21,000 times after being published .
The incident with Mills is not the first time Trump has traveled R.E.M. hackler he used It is the end of the world as we know it (and I feel fine) during a campaign rally that provokes R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe into an angry online tirade.
Trump has also recorded events with Neil Young, Guns N & A; Roses singer Axl Rose and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.