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originally posted by: Painterz
Subject line says it all really, grossly incompetent idiot Sean Spicer has tweeted his password not once, but now twice. At least. In the space of just six days.
Is there a word for how incompetent this administration is?
The password, if you're interested, was:
One imagines it is now:
With any luck, @PressSec has two-factor authentication and President Trump’s use of his Android phone is limited to Twitter posts (though a staffer still occasionally posts for him from an iPhone). Unfortunately, it does not appear that the new Trump @POTUS account is thus secured—as recently as last night, the account was only tied to the Gmail account of Trump’s social media chief Dan Scavino (email@example.com) for password reset links. The same goes for Spicer’s @PressSec handle. The account for Vice President Michael Pence was separately tied to firstname.lastname@example.org, according to the hacker known as WauchulaGhost. (WauchulaGhost has previously claimed responsibility for taking over a number of ISIS accounts, and he told CNN about Pence's situation on January 24.)
So... is this evidence that the Trump administration are using private email servers just like Clinton did?
If we were angry with Clinton doing this, surely we now have to be angry with Trump for doing it too?
originally posted by: WUNK22
Yup, one person defines a whole administration, great logic there!
originally posted by: Taggart
As for Spicer, if hes tweeting his password, he's either grossly incompetent or getting drunk at night/drunk tweeting.
Spicer retweeted a tweet that said his "role in the Trump administration will be to provide the American public with robust and clearly articulated misinformation." In retweeting the Onion tweet, Spicer added, "You nailed it. Period!"