Rachel Maddow Broke the Internet with Trump’s 2005 Taxes, and Twitter Responded

Rachel Maddow Broke the Internet with Trump’s 2005 Taxes, and Twitter Responded

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Social media was abuzz tonight as Rachel Maddow’s promise to release Donald Trump’s tax returns quite literally “broke the internet.”

It all started with a tweet from the show’s official Twitter account:

The entire world went nuts:

Then the episode aired, and many were let down by the big reveal:

Some even compared it to Geraldo’s #fail reveal of Al Capone’s vault:

Still, there are many who are applauding Maddow’s work for the resistance:

And as for the White House’s claim that Maddow releasing the 2005 tax returns was illegal, NICE TRY:

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