White House Responded

The White House responded to the tweet of a user via a link to a video of the singer Rick Astley. The link you added the White House message is part of a joke popular in the network, called Rickrolling. The White House twitter account with about 2.304.084 followers. The White House used a popular Internet joke to answer a user of Twitter in a fun and unusual way. The tuitero complained Wednesday that the issue of indebtedness and EE UU spending ceiling was not something interesting, according to the newspaper The British Guardian in its online edition. Thus, the White House, with 2.304.084 followers on the social network, replied that he regretted that he believed that and then added a link to a video of Rick Astley, British singer who triumph in the eighties. Rickrolling song was Never Gonna Give You Up and added that possibly this link cultured him more than the economic debate in the country.

This widespread Internet joke, called Rickrolling, consists of a trap link disguised as something of interest to the user who sees it, but actually redirects to this music video of Rick Astley. This song has been chosen for this purpose, since many consider that it is the worst popular theme of all time. This action has not only affected Web pages, but it has been extended beyond the world of the Internet. Source of the news: A tuitero complains of political debate and the White House responded with a song by Rick Astley