Trump breaks internet after mistakenly tweeting only the word 'We'

President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted, and then quickly deleted, only the word "We" -- causing the internet to widely speculate what exactly he meant to say. We ... are Groot?

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The 'We' tweet was quickly deleted, but not before Twitter users jumped at the opportunity to mock the president. Some even used the hashtag "#We" to share serious grievances with the administration. "#We want Congress to subpoena those tapes NOW!" said one user.

Click through for the best reactions to Trump's "We" tweet: "#We want your tax returns"

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didn't start the fire would've been an amazing follow-up https://t.co/VNWMQn9F6i
"And in that moment, he became president." https://t.co/ggRLdTyOMN
"the president's tweets speaks for themselves" https://t.co/mt0yIjIl8M
Fixed https://t.co/Lk4BXu6nkb
(He deleted it but it was great the 1 minute it was up) https://t.co/9rgq9qextI
#We want your tax returns. Which tax returns? All of them.
#We want Congress to subpoena those tapes NOW! https://t.co/FNTEg8whOZ
#We want a special prosecutor
We want our country back. Impeach Trump now! #We https://t.co/p3srOQhZGn
#We Belong Together https://t.co/iwxw1IIEwQ
#We Will never give up #We Will persist #We Will #resist #We Will haunt you #We are #TheResistance 🗽 https://t.co/yE2xfzzwyR
#We eeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!! https://t.co/TXpBOIVnDP
@RVAwonk #We have nothing to fear but fear itself. F. D. R.
#Haiku #we demand justice Your #taxes must be published Fair play must #prevail https://t.co/M8Twkz9TlW
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Others just posted images of Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Trump riding a horse together.

The succinct message came shortly after the president wrapped up his Liberty University commencement speech where he declared that, "In America, we don't worship government; we worship God."

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