Donald Trump and his team have come under fire over the past couple of weeks for presenting false information to the public as a scare tactic.
First, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway referred to a supposed massacre which she called the 'Bowling Green' massacre. This never actually happened.
Then, Sean Spicer referred to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull as 'Mr Trumble' in two separate press conferences, then called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "Joe Trudeau".
President Trump claimed in a recent press conference that he had the 'biggest electoral college win since Ronald Reagan', and when a journalist pointed out with evidence that this was not true, Trump responded, "I don't know. I was just given that information - it was a big margin."
Now, Trump has spoken at a rally in Florida over the weekend, defending his immigration ban by referring to 'what's happening last night in Sweden'.
"When you look at what’s happening in Germany, when you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden — Sweden!" he said. "Who would believe this? Sweden! They took in large numbers, they’re having problems like they never thought possible.”
Trump was referring to a FOX News report about a Swedish documentary claiming there had been an increase in rape and terrorist attacks in Sweden since letting in more Syrian refugees. The film has been called into question by Swedish newspapers, who argue that the statistics in Sweden do not align with the film's key arguments.
Regardless, to the knowledge of Sweden, there was nothing of particular significance that happened that night in Sweden, and the Internet started a hashtag called #LastNightInSweden to drive home their point.
Others had some more...spiky... responses to his comments.
And one tweet just summed it all up.