Published: Mon, November 20, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Pentagon mistakenly retweets call for President Trump to resign

Pentagon mistakenly retweets call for President Trump to resign

Employees of the Pentagon by chance, retweeted the post, addressed to Donald Trump, on his official page.

Since being sworn in as president earlier this year, a number of figures have called Donald Trump to either resign or be impeached. His tweet encouraged Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, Sen.

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"The solution is simple", the tweet directed at the Republican Party added.

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The Department of Defense's verified Twitter account on Thursday briefly retweeted the message to its 5.23 million followers before deleting it. "It's a crime as is your hypocrisy".

Pentagon spokesperson Dana W White subsequently tweeted from her own account that an "authorised operator" had "erroneously retweeted content that would not be endorsed by the Department of Defense". The same individual noticed the error "and immediately deleted it", they said.

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