Donald Trump is known for his boasts – he has the biggest golf courses, the best steaks and the most talked about university degrees…
And if someone, be it member of the public or journalist, dares to call him out on some of these boats, there’s usually hell to pay.
According to a CBS News report, President Donald Trump (a man who presumably has better things to do) was “directly involved” in a search for a person criticising his inauguration crowd.
In January 2017, an unknown hero at the National Park Service retweeted a tweet comparing Mr Trump’s inauguration crowd and President Barack Obama’s in 2009.
It looked a little something like this:
The National Park Service’s Twitter account was briefly shut down after the tweet – and now they have released emails showing that Trump was “concerned” about it, and contacted the agency himself.
In an email to the agency’s chief information security officer, Tim Cash, chief of digital strategy, wrote:
Obviously, this has become a very sensitive issue, especially since the President has gotten directly involved and contacted Acting Director Mike Reynolds concerned about one of the images that was retweeted
Come on Donald. There are more important things to be dealing with. Like North Korea, the global economy and learning how to eat pizza correctly.
Get your head in the game.