Temperamental Trump’s Crackdown On Government Twitter Accounts Is All Because Of This One Tweet!

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We’re hearing more disturbing details into Donald Trump‘s weird obsession with the crowd size of his inauguration.

According to the Washington Post and CNN, the 70-year-old spent his first official day in office calling the acting director of the National Park Service, Michael T. Reynolds, on Saturday to complain about a NPS retweet comparing his inaugural crowd size to Barack Obama‘s in 2009.

Drumpf also reportedly demanded more photos of the National Mall to show a larger crowd size.

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Longtime public servant Reynolds was “taken aback” by the President’s request, but sent him more aerial photos anyway — photos, by the way, that didn’t prove Sean Spicer‘s claim that this was “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period.”

Ha. How embarrassing.

ICYMI, as the tweet has now been deleted, the National Park Service account RTed last Friday:

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This simple (and factual…) post about something going on at a National Park apparently led to Trump ordering all Interior Department accounts to stop tweeting and communicating with the public.

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The NPS has since sent out an apology for the “mistaken” retweet.


White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed the call between Reynolds and Trump took place.

Sanders argues the call proves Donald is “so engaged, he is so involved and when he sees a problem, he takes action to fix it.”

In other words, if he sees a fact that affects HIS image he takes action to silence it!

This is some Kim Jong-Un dictator shit right here…

[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]

Jan 27, 2017 11:45am PDT

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