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The GOP Just Tried To Write A Tweet Aimed At Teens--It Didn't Go So Well

Generally, younger voters do not concern themselves too much with taxes. So it was a bit puzzling when the Republican Party decided to use Donald Trump's tax reform proposal to try to appeal to a younger audience. 

Seriously, you have to watch this thing:

Chad is a real Debbie Downer.

Writer Parker Molloy quickly picked up on the GOP's marketing tactic and satirized it:

And soon the entire Internet was on board:

You know when you were a teenager and you just had the burning desire to text your friends about tax reform?

I mean, his name is Chad...

But, come on GOP, you're going to have to try a little harder than that.

Considering all the xenophobia, misogyny, transphobia, and homophobia, you're really not gonna attract the kids with Chad texting about tax reform out of the blue.

Get it together, Chad.

H/T: Twitter

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