‘What did I miss?’ Steve Harvey among hilarious Oscar flub trolling, but Hillary slam wins the internet

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The 89th Academy Awards set out to be a roast of President Donald Trump, but it was they who got roasted after an epic flub.

And no one was happier than Steve Harvey, except perhaps conservative radio host Larry Elder.

In a move reminiscent of Harvey’s flub of announcing the wrong Miss Universe winner a year ago, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway incorrectly announced that ” La La Land” had won the “Best Picture” award when the correct winner was actually “Moonlight.”

Elder used the blunder to troll former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

And the event itself was trolled hard on social media, including by the Miss Universe pageant itself.

Harvey himself got in on the act on Monday.

Some think the culprit for the mistake might be the dastardly Russians. And why not? The same liberals have been blaming them for everything else.

Others likened it to what they believe Hollywood wanted to do with the presidential election.

Many wondered if Jill Stein was going to get involved.

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