We’ve all Tweeted things that were either grammatically incorrect, (which sucks especially if it could’ve been a fire Tweet) or we later realized wasn’t the smartest thing to say, and then deleted it. So in that regards, we can cut new White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer some slack. However early Thursday morning, (Jan. 26) Spicer tweeted out something that looked an awful lot like a password.
Just so we’re all on the same page, attempting to use these eight nonsensical character to access Spicer’s private accounts is illegal. However, it is safe to say that Spicer didn’t Tweet this on purpose and could’ve easily been the victim of a pocket-tweet.
The news of this mistake comes as the common ground between the press and the White House is being established, so everything anyone does within the Trump cabinet will be heavily scrutinized. During Trump’s first press conference days before his inauguration, he refused to take questions from CNN and went as far as calling the outlet “fake news.” This was then followed up by Senior White House Aide Kellyanne Conway’s “alternative facts” statement to NBC’s Chuck Todd of Meet The Press when she was confronted about the actual population size of Trump’s inauguration.
Like we said, maybe this is a simple mistake, or maybe this is just another indication of what’s going to be in store for the next four years.