Donald Trump's presidency has gotten off to a rocky start. At the center of the storm has been White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who has had to answer, and defend, much of Trump's actions.
Spicer has been the butt of many jokes since taking the position, and the most recent is a result of the press secretary seemingly tweeting his password two days in a row.
Twitter jumped on the opportunity to mock Trump and his administration, turning Spicer into their latest target after one Twitter user pointed the two tweets out, marveling in Spicer's apparent lack of technological skill.
Quickly, users made jokes of their own, comparing this "security breach" to the email hacking that plagued Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Well, at least Sean Spicer wasn't using 'p@ssw0rd' like John Podesta :/— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) January 26, 2017
Sean Spicer tweets his password. Both his & Trump's accounts are linked to unsecure gmail accounts.— Laurie Crosswell 🌞 (@lauriecrosswell) January 26, 2017
All that bitching about Hillary's emails and Sean Spicer is posting the password to his social media account. You can't make this shit up.— Crooked Stevie (@DWade117) January 26, 2017
Others tried to decode the true meaning of the tweets.
We cracked the code in Sean Spicer's tweets. pic.twitter.com/6DDWii670h— Comedy Central (@ComedyCentral) January 26, 2017
Sean Spicer keeps tweeting out his email password. Is this a cry for help? pic.twitter.com/9NQjxfvdWc— Red Painter (@Redpainter1) January 26, 2017
I've hacked Sean Spicer's twitter using the password he tweeted earlier. A pitiable cry for help pic.twitter.com/P4RsKLHUuA— @PressSec Nemesis🌹 (@McLeemz) January 26, 2017
But most felt that this is an example of how, much like Trump, he is not up for the job.
Ha ha Sean Spicer Tweeted out his password. What an idiot— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) January 26, 2017
Everyone's talking about how Sean Spicer tweeted his password but no one is talking about how Sean Spicer has a shitty password pic.twitter.com/2IoeBarXtn— Robin (@caulkthewagon) January 26, 2017
Sean Spicer, THE WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY AND COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR FOR TRUMP, accidentally posted his password on Twitter. pic.twitter.com/TpnBqtxQBz— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) January 26, 2017
With all that is coming from the White House these days, it is proving difficult to keep up. Luckily, we have Twitter to remind us what is important.
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