Donald Trump's campaign has a lot less money than his rival Hillary Clinton.
The presumptive Republican nominee's campaign welcomed June with $1.3 million in the bank. Clinton's campaign, meanwhile, had $42 million on May 31.
Once news of that massive gulf between the two campaigns' coffers hit Twitter, the hashtag #TrumpSoPoor was born.
— Jocelyn Plums (@FilthyRichmond) June 21, 2016
Witty users piled on the hashtag, bringing up everything from Trump's outlandish statements, his stances on immigration and — of course — his hair.
He had to tell his followers "We can either be racists or xenophobic, but we can no longer afford to be both."
— Rodney Anonymous (@RodneyAnon) June 21, 2016
#TrumpSoPoor His hair's about to get repossessed.
— Ben Wright (@ChthonicQueex) June 21, 2016
— UniteBlue B4it's 2L8 (@DRocks777) June 21, 2016
#TrumpSoPoor he's being targeted by Trump University as a potential student.
— Bethany Albertson (@AlbertsonB2) June 21, 2016
#TrumpSoPoor he can no longer afford exclamation points. Sad.
— Michael McDonald (@ElectProject) June 21, 2016
#TrumpSoPoor he's been forced to scale back his Mexican wall to a "Stay off my lawn" sign
— rockem_sockem (@prj247) June 21, 2016
Yes, some people brought up his hands, too:
— jw (@joelwg) June 21, 2016
#TrumpSoPoor his net worth is even smaller than his hands
— Josh Walker (47-21) (@josh_walker1) June 21, 2016
Trump's campaign has a huge money deficit. Trying to spin it as a "ban on cash.” #TrumpSoPoor
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) June 21, 2016
Some users even referenced the Trump train (remember that?):
— Heather WriteinCruz (@WaverSox) June 21, 2016
Trump's campaign, however, insists "fundraising has been incredible," according to a press release. It says it still sees "a tremendous outpouring of support for Mr. Trump and money to the Republican Party.”
And in an attempt to be ahead of witticisms and criticisms cracked over the size of his campaign war chest — The Donald, once again, said he's OK being a self-titled "king of debt."
I am "the king of debt."That has been great for me as a businessman, but is bad for the country. I made a fortune off of debt, will fix U.S.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 21, 2016