If there’s one thing that’s predictable about President Donald Trump’s tweets, it’s that he’ll eventually commit a few typos. But it’s what happens after these typos that has one Congressional committee a bit twisted.
On Wednesday, the Committee on Government Oversight and Reform sent a letter to the White House expressing concern about the way Trump deletes those typo-filled tweets, preventing them from being cataloged properly by the Presidential Records Act.
That act was implemented in 1978, after the Watergate scandal, make those archives public and putting them under the care of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). And with the expansion of social media — and the president’s use of it — so, too, …
Via: Mashable: Tech