On inauguration day, the National Park Service retweeted a photo contrasting the size of crowds at Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration and Donald Trump’s.
That earned all Department of Interior accounts a brief tweeting moratorium, but their tweeting permissions were returned Sunday with an apology and a clarification on their social media sharing policies.
We regret the mistaken RTs from our account yesterday and look forward to continuing to share the beauty and history of our parks with you pic.twitter.com/mctNNvlrmv
— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 21, 2017
While that kerfuffle is behind us, a new one may be arising, because people think the Department of Defense shaded Donald Trump with a tweet this morning.
— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) January 23, 2017
The article notes that “social media posts that convey messages of despair or a pattern of increasing hopelessness over a period of time” should be cause for action among followers.
In case you need to make a decision about whether the post is referring to any one person in particular, check out our running guide to everything Donald Trump has ever tweeted.