President Donald Trump wrote an erratic six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) ahead of a House vote expected to result in his official impeachment.
The letter, which read somewhat like one of the President's infamous Twitter screeds, included numerous lies and attacks on the characters of Congress members endorsing his impeachment.
Pelosi admitted she hadn't had time to read the letter due to congressional business, but said that what she had read of it was "sick" and "ridiculous."
But it's an imagined response from Pelosi that's currently going viral on Twitter.
Take a look.
I don't care whether or not this is real I'm going to believe it is and you can't stop me https://t.co/dZTEkUliHD— shauna (@shauna)1576631820.0
The fake letter reads:
"Sir, this is a Wendy's."
For those unfamiliar, the response is commonly deployed to someone who goes on a lengthy or irrational rant on an unimportant topic.
To many who wish the letter was real, it was the perfect response.
This won the internet today! https://t.co/3ayQdwpbuk— Maw awawa (@Maw awawa)1576642900.0
Oh how I wish it was real. https://t.co/DAZKF1XeU7— Jeb Silva (@Jeb Silva)1576647559.0
@goldengateblond @deangloster Please make it be real!— Liddle Coup 🌊 (@Liddle Coup 🌊)1576632839.0
I think the worst thing about this is that if it *was* real, I wouldn't even be surprised https://t.co/N7lanIdZ5T— Shelly Rawlings (@Shelly Rawlings)1576687096.0
Yep it’s as real as the dotard’s public physical results so I’m framing it and putting it on the wall of my office 👍 https://t.co/qgSB2q2PFa— Ganja growing garden geek (@Ganja growing garden geek)1576685150.0
I cannot describe how much I NEED this to be real. https://t.co/vYyZMgPSXs— Kiersten (@Kiersten)1576643234.0
The hilarious thing is, it’s amazing whether it’s real or fake 😂 https://t.co/mVra0yNoOV— Danny H. (@Danny H.)1576645486.0
If it were real, it would be less embarrassing and inappropriate than what it's ostensibly responding to, tbf. https://t.co/8NIOnjrR0h— Elizabeth Spiers (@Elizabeth Spiers)1576638803.0
The House is currently debating the articles of impeachment—abuse of power and obstruction of Congress—on the floor ahead of the final votes.