Someone has an incredible theory for why Donald Trump puts random 'words' in quote marks

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Whichever way you look at it Donald Trump and Twitter were pretty much made for each other.

It's quite rare now for a day when a 140 character declaration by the US President doesn't create a major news story.

Whether he's criticising members of the press or vowing to 'Make America Great Again,' Trump has turned Twitter into a kind of art form which always warrants attention.

Often, his ramblings can be a little confusing,especially as he tends to put quotation marks around random words.

Here are a few recent examples of this habit:

Quite why Mr. Trump continues to do this remains unknown, but one person has a theory.

Twitter user Danny Page has done some research and discovered something rather fascinating.

Picture: Picture: Twitter/ Screengrab

Picture: Picture: Twitter/ Screengrab

Picture: Picture: Twitter/ Screengrab

Picture: Picture: Twitter/ Screengrab

Who would have thought that Trump would have invented one of the modern worlds great memes?

If you haven't quite picked up on what is happening here, Danny has Photoshopped quotes around certain Trump tweets in order to spell out the first few lines of the 1999 song 'All Star' by Smash Mouth.

It's all an elaborate ruse for internet based hijinks.

Alas, Donald Trump does put quotation marks around a lot of words, but so far they don't spell out anything particularly meaningful.

Eventually we might be able to spell something out of them, but for now we'll just have to wait and see.

HT Twitter

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