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Carter Wilkerson, from Nevada, USA , recently became a world record-holder for the most retweeted tweet after asking Wendy's for a year's free supply of chicken nuggets.
HELP ME PLEASE. A MAN NEEDS HIS NUGGS https://t.co/4SrfHmEMo3 — Carter Wilkerson (@Carter Wilkerson)
It beat Ellen's "Oscar selfie".
If only Bradley's arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars http://t.co/C9U5NOtGap — Ellen DeGeneres (@Ellen DeGeneres)
He didn't get the 18 million retweets that were initially required, but got the chicken anyway.
HELP ME PLEASE. A MAN NEEDS HIS CLIMATE PROTECTED https://t.co/rbPCL2ocI4 — Larry Matovina (@Larry Matovina)
In case it's not obvious, Trump didn't actually reply to Larry's tweet - it's a doctored image, but that hasn't stopped more than 300,000 people retweeting it anyway.
Trump withdrew for the Paris climate deal agreement last week, making the US one of only three countries in the world that aren't in the accord (the others being Nicaragua and Syria).
As some have pointed out, this might actually be a good way to get Trump's attention to make him consider rejoin the accord, given his love of controversy on Twitter.
The Paris Agreement was signed last year by almost every country in the world, it was the first of it's kind to unite the world's nations in a single agreement to tackle climate change.
Signatories vowed to keep global temperature increases "well below" two degrees Celsius, and limit global greenhouse gas emissions.
indy100 has contacted Larry for comment.
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