Aston, PA, USA - September 22, 2016: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump delivers a speech at a rally in Aston, PennsylYou had to know it was coming. In fact, some viewers knew exactly what Donald Trump would tweet about Meryl Streep after her diatribe against him during last night's Golden Globe Awards.

Here's what a couple of viewers posted well before Trump fired back:

The New York Times got the first quotes from Trump, early Monday morning after the Golden Globes broadcast. The President-elect said he had not seen Streep's speech, but he was "not surprised" that he was attacked by "liberal movie people," and dismissed Streep herself as "a Hillary lover."

Later, Trump took to his favorite medium -- Twitter -- to share more thoughts on the speech:

In her speech, while accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Streep mentioned that incident, when Trump appeared to mock a disabled reporter, saying it "kind of broke my heart." "Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose."

Viewers seemed divided along party lines in response to the speech, and will probably remain divided after Trump's tweets. But at least Twitter had some fun with his quotes Monday morning, getting #ThingsTrumpThinksAreOverrated and Hillary Flunky trending with thousands of tweets.

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