The apparent hacking of McDonald's Twitter account comes on the heels of other hacks of high-profile Twitter accounts, such as those of Starbucks, Forbes and Justin Bieber.
A post on McDonald's corporate Twitter account caught a lot of attention on Thursday morning for calling Trump "disgusting" and praising Obama.
McDonald's later tweeted that its account had been "compromised" and that it was investigating the matter.
The company has since secured its account, McDonald's added.
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McDonald's tweeted that their account was hacked about an hour after the tweet was deleted.
The US President posed for pictures as he ate fast food on the election campaign previous year. In a single week in 2013 alone, what appeared to be the same hacker or hackers took over both Burger King's and Jeep's Twitter accounts.
The company did not immediately respond for a request for a comment.
"I've not met him", Easterbrook said at the time, according to Reuters. "And I think you're better off going [to McDonald's] than maybe some place that you have no idea where the food is coming from". "The one thing about the big franchises: one bad hamburger, you can destroy McDonald's. It's a certain standard".
Plenty of people captured the brutal message and couldn't believe it was posted on the fast food giant's page.