A jokester at a Trump rally yesterday in Austin, Texas created an unsecured Wi-Fi network, reported the New York Post, named "Clinton email server." Because it was unsecured, that made it vulnerable to hacking, because of course.
Once people had noticed, they immediately started taking screen caps and tweeting it.
An actual wifi network at Trump's Austin rally. pic.twitter.com/JFzRAnEYqr
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) August 24, 2016
Donald Jr. retweeted it, and added, "Say what you want but that's really funny!" The social media coordinator for the Trump campaign also tweeted about it.
— Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) August 24, 2016
Honestly, the real problem here is Scavino's use of emojis. Those aren't even wifi bars, those are cell service bars. As for the phone emoji? I don't even know what's happening there or why it's relevant.