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On 3 October, the US federal government issued a nationwide test for its ‘Presidential Alert’.

This involved a notification being sent to electronic devices, so as to ensure that the US President and/or Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) would be able to communicate with the population during a crisis.

The trial has been met with humorous Photoshop edits, memes, and other witty punch lines by internet users and brands. Enjoy a selection of the best entries that have surfaced online, below.

Where were you when you received the #PresidentialAlert?

— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) October 3, 2018


— kelly cohen (@politiCOHEN_) October 3, 2018

the only presidential alert i wanna see

— joan | morph (@yellowtrenches) October 3, 2018

Anyone else get the same presidential alert or

— Plathanos 🐝🇩🇴 (@SavinTheBees) October 3, 2018


— Data XTIAN 🏠🌲🐝 (@SoylentMerchant) September 20, 2018

anyone else get this message on the #PresidentialAlert ?

— rachel (@rachel_bagley) October 3, 2018

Michelle wouldn't have let this happen #PresidentialAlert

— Angharad Hatt (@AngharadHatt) October 3, 2018

That #PresidentialAlert was definitely even worse than when U2 put themselves on my phone.

— Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg) October 3, 2018

Did anyone else get this? #PresidentialAlert

— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) October 3, 2018

mine looks different????

— David Mack (@davidmackau) October 3, 2018

Was this #PresidentialAlert necessary?

— LateBrkng (@LateBrkng) October 3, 2018

If Twitter bans President Trump, he can just text us! #PresidentialAlert

— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) October 3, 2018

Anyone else get this Presidential Alert today?

— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) October 3, 2018

#PresidentialAlert projected in Oakland.

— ÆMarling (@AEMarling) October 4, 2018

Well, this was sweet. #PresidentialAlert

— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 3, 2018

Action is needed.🥃 #PresidentialAlert

— Jameson U.S. (@jameson_us) October 3, 2018

[via Twitter Moments and Thrillist, main image via Evan El-Amin /]

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