The unique linguistic style of @RealDonaldTrump is now recognisable across the world, as Twitter has been the new leader of the Free World's chosen method for external communications.
So, we decided to try apeing it on the day of Trump's inauguration.
Some of the first responses hit the mark perfectly - the PRWeek team had to double-check that the first one, by Chris Blackwood, was indeed from the Third City PR man, not an irate Trump fan.
@prweekuknews belittling the office of POTUS. No respect. But you are run by snowflakes. Shame! Sad!!— Chris Blackwood (@Blackwood_C) January 20, 2017
@prweekuknews Wrote a release, a tremendous release. My words are the best, they're HUGE. The coverage will be unpresidented. NOT FAKE NEWS!— Tom Richards (@teorichards) January 20, 2017
It wasn't long before more people joined in the fun.
Inspired by Trump, PRWeek noticed a glaring oversight in border security with the neighbouring borough.
We weren't the only people concerned about this...
@prweekuknews Richmond aren't sending their best people. They're bring quinoa, they're bring Waitrose. And some, I assume, are good people.— Adam Johnstone (@idle_flim_flam) January 20, 2017
We'd like to give a special mention to Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, which now appears to have liked the ideas so much that they have given the Trump treatment to everything on its Twitter feed today.
Finally, one follower conscientiously objected to it all. Sad!