Last December, teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg won TIME magazine's Person of the Year, a distinction famously sought by President Donald Trump, which he won in 2016.
Trump was irate to learn that Thunberg had bested him, and not long after excoriating an impeachment witness for using his teenage son's name in a hearing, Trump lambasted the teenager on Twitter.
He suggested she take care of what he called an "Anger Management problem."
Fast forward to nearly a year later.
Ballot processing for the 2020 election between Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is in its second day after Election Day, with results awaiting in five states. Biden still maintains an electoral lead over Trump, but has yet to reach the magic number of 270.
Trump has significantly fewer pathways to victory than Biden, and demanded that states "STOP THE COUNT!" despite Biden leading in states Trump must win.
Thunberg then pounced, using Trump's words from the year before against him.
Thunberg instructed Trump to take his own advice and "Chill!" or "go to an old fashioned movie with a friend!"
Trump's critics across the country applauded Thunberg's masterful clapback.
She wasn't the only one to ridicule Trump's demand.
Votes across the nation continue to be counted.