On the bright side, the advent of these practices are among the least harmful things that have been introduced into our world since @realDonaldTrump became what he has become.
Can we say that in politics the @ indicates “current pawn in residence [of office]” - anagram being cpr - and being moved around what as been referred to by the likes of Brzezinski and Kissinger as the “chessboard”? Similar perhaps to a cereal, er, serial philanderer claiming to be ’ @ the office '.
But the above link is to the Smithsonian (ahem) history of the ‘@’ .
The above ‘ahem’ is intended to imply waitiness - er, weightiness
Trump’s take on an old classic of graffiti:
“Here I seat all broken hearted,
Came to tweet, but only farted.”