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    The rest of Donald Trump’s team is just as sloppy on social media as he is. Trump has become well-known for retweeting Twitter accounts before even looking to see who the source really is, and today his right-hand woman made the same mistake. Trump advisor and mouthpiece Kellyanne Conway retweeted another account on Twitter this morning, which praised Vice President Mike Pence for “calling out sexism” and showing “what it means to be pro-woman” (barf).

    Conway soon realized she’d made a humiliating mistake and that she had accidentally retweeted a fan account for Mike Pence instead of the Vice President’s official account. Figures. Unfortunately, as soon as Conway was made aware of her mistake she scrambled to delete it and now this is all that remains of it thanks to PoliticusUSA:

    The link she retweeted is still active, though. Here’s the tweet she shared, which talks about how “disgraceful” it is to reduce women to their looks:

    If Conway had just taken a second to see where this tweet was really coming from, she would have noticed that it’s clearly a fan account:

    All Conway had to do was to look for the distinct blue checkmark on the Twitter account, which confirms that an account is verified. Conway’s mistake is certainly embarrassing, but even worse is her praise of pro-woman stances when she is working for (and defending) the biggest misogynist and sexual offender of them all on a daily basis. Trump has reduced women to their looks over the course of his entire life — and he STILL does it!

    Conway’s careless tweet shows that Trump’s entire team is incompetent and that this administration should not have any part in running a country. The Trump administration makes stupid mistakes like this every day. They need to shape up or get out.

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    Patti Colli

    My passion is bringing attention to human rights and equality issues. In addition to writing for New Century Times and other political platforms, I also run a website and digital magazine dedicated to social issues and promoting equality in all forms.