US Army Twitter account 'likes' actress's tweet mocking Trump comments

07:35  07 january  2018
07:35  07 january  2018 Source:

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The U.S. Army's official Twitter account "liked" a tweet on Saturday from actress Mindy Kaling apparently mocking President Trump's claim that he's "really smart."

It wasn't immediately clear if an employee running the Army's Twitter had liked the tweets or if the account had been broken into. The Army did not immediately respond to The Hill's request for comment.

The tweet from Kaling featured a screenshot of her character from NBC's "The Office," Kelly Kapoor, with overlaid text reading: "You guys, I'm like really smart now, you don't even know."

Kaling's tweet was an apparent dig at Trump, who launched an extraordinary defense of his mental fitness for office on Twitter Saturday morning, in which he claimed to be "like, really smart" and "a very stable genius."

Controversial tweets from companies, lawmakers and even branches of the government have gained viral attention over the last year. McDonald's last March said its corporate Twitter account had been hacked, after a tweet went out mocking Trump.

The National Park Service also went viral for retweeting two unflattering posts about the crowd size at President Trump's inauguration in early 2016. Those retweets were investigated to determine whether the account had been hacked.

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