Everyone from Microsoft to Mark Hamill responds with snarky tweets as Twitter suspends the current president's account.
The lyrics mimic those of the hit musical surprisingly well, with a few amusing exceptions.
The speeches will be published by iHeartMedia on May 15, ahead of National Graduation Day.
The former presidential candidate tells The Atlantic that Facebook is unwilling to combat propaganda on its platform.
The documentary will focus on "polarizing" views of Clinton.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says political reach should be "earned, not bought." Trump's 2020 campaign called it a "very dumb decision."
It wasn't just Steve Jobs, Elon Musk and Hillary Clinton who said things worth remembering in the last decade. A frustrated judge also questioned whether an overeager Apple lawyer was smoking crack, for example.
Meanwhile, Russia-linked accounts retweeted candidate Hillary Clinton's posts just under 50,000 times, Twitter discloses in response to a Senate committee inquiry.
In the year since his election, Donald Trump has used Twitter as an official White House channel for everything from policies and praise to bullying and brinksmanship.
Some of the biggest stories this year had the world talking about cybersecurity breaches, fake news, Uber's chaos and Apple's iPhone X.
Facebook's lawyer tells US senators the presidential candidates bought millions in ads leading up to the election.
The social network says the ad spending was north of $100,000.