Whatever the reason is, President deleting his tweets still appears to be a serious matter. Many times, the president deletes a tweet due to a misspelling. Now this time two government watchdog groups have reportedly sued the president for claiming that he is in violation of federal and constitutional law that prohibits the destruction of presidential documentation, such as his tweets. Here are few tweets that Donald Trump has deleted since he became president.
President Trump’s first deleted tweet came just one day after his inauguration.
A tweet typo, he wrote that he was “honered” to be president. He deleted the misspelling after it was online for 12 hours, and then tweeted it out again with the correct spelling.
This was deleted on January 24, 2017, less than a minute after being posted. The same tweet was then reposted with “NATIONAL SECURITY” in all caps. According to Politwoops, this is one of just a few tweets Trump posted and deleted from an iPhone rather than an Android.
This was deleted January 26, 2017, 5 minutes after being posted. The same tweet and video were later posted again.
This was tweeted on February 7 and deleted the tweet 49 minutes later, realizing that he forgot to put a space between 1 and in.
You playef yourself
The tweet from 11 Feb 2017 was deleted after 34 minutes. He accidentally typed “playef” instead of “played” in his tweet. (To be fair, the D and F keys are pretty close together.)
I hearby demand
Trump deleted two tweets after two typos for “hereby.” He tweeted out first “I hear by demand,” deleted it after recognizing his typo in two minutes, posted it again this time with “hearby demand,” which lasted about 12 minutes before Trump realized it’s spelled “hereby.” Third time’s the charm, huh?
President Trump deleted this tweet after 8 hrs when he realized he spelled “principles” wrong.
FAKE NEWS media
This was deleted February 17, 2017, about one minute after being posted. Trump immediately reposted the message, this time including ABC and CBS.
This was deleted February 5, 2017, two hours after being posted. On Super Bowl Sunday, the president tweeted out a promotion of his appearance on Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor. Trump and the recently ousted Fox News host go way back as the milk shake buddies. But the account Trump tweeted at, @oreillyfactor, has been vacant for some time. O’Reilly prefers to tweet from @billoreilly.
Deleted after 41 minutes due to a misspelling, he misspelled Karen Handel’s last name as “Handle.”