Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and President Donald Trump love their Twitter. They really love their Twitter. Not a day goes by when they're not sending out updates, budgets and daily tidings.
Recently Ms. Huckabee and the President both tweeted some similar thoughts on recent events in Iran. Very similar. And one particular reporter raised a few questions when he felt the need to show the comparison.
This lead followers to a flurry of questions?
1- Who wrote it best?
2- Is it Sarah writing all of 45's posts?
Three hours is a decent chunk of time to create your own Tweet with some feeling and not just copy and paste.
Also, it seems odd that Ms. Huckabee and Mr. Trump suddenly support a country's people peacefully protesting it's government when they have spent the better part of the administration's first year scolding any and all Americans who dare to yell boo if it besmirches the name Trump.
They also on several have sided strongly with those who have incited violence. How soon they forget Charlottesville.
Honestly, is there no one proofing these tweets?
Another thought provoking question has bubbled to the surface. What exactly are Mr. Trump's business ties-- corrupt and otherwise-- to Iran. There seems to be murky waters still floating around those questions.
Twitter immediately took notice.
Anyone else find it odd that he (and his Admin) are supporting peaceful protests in Iran, but doesn't tweet the same support for local protests? 🤔— ~LT~ (@LateTweeter) December 30, 2017
Mueller should start investigating if he has hotels and rich friends in Iran— Stuck on the T (@IneedTupdates) December 30, 2017
We're waiting Mr. Mueller! Tick-tock.
Maybe Melanie wrote his Tweet this time...— Nathan Burt (@lukaburt) December 30, 2017
Her word is her bond as we know.
It’s cute how they don’t think we have memories— laney (@misslaneym) December 30, 2017
He added an exclamation and a hashtag. That’s the most work he’s done all week— Stuck on the T (@IneedTupdates) December 30, 2017
I think we all need to be very concerned right now about who is leading this country.— Wormwood (@19daddio53) December 30, 2017
Right now? The concern started on 11/9/16!
Being an American must be a bit embarrassing right now.— Jim Pennington (@jim_pennington) December 30, 2017
Sarah and Mr. Trump need to keep their tweets on file for the future. This way they can look back and remember that they support a people's right to free speech and peaceful political activism.
Also if someone is copying "someone's" homework, "someone" may want to just write the gist of the piece or at the very least change a word or two. Show some effort!
H/T : Twitter