How Donald Trump Inadvertently Made Subtweeting Great

Jan 02, 2019, 01:17 PM

When William Shakespeare joined Twitter in 2008, it was mostly to write about things like gardening. The owner of the @Wwm_Shakespeare account, a 40-something who would prefer to stay unnamed because of his work with a global company, would post verbatim snippets from the Bard's plays and sonnets alongside personal photos.

When William Shakespeare joined Twitter in 2008, it was mostly to write about things like gardening. The owner of the @Wwm_Shakespeare account, a 40-something who would prefer to stay unnamed because of his work with a global company, would post verbatim snippets from the Bard's plays and sonnets alongside personal photos.