Newswire: Congress wants Trump to stop deleting his Twitter typos

Like anybody who distractedly slams out a bunch of tweets while he’s distracted, pissed off, or busy on the toilet, President Donald Trump occasionally has to delete some of his online missives due to typos. (And, more rarely, because they contain provocative statements or accusations that not even Trump is willing to stand by.) Unlike the rest of us, though, Trump’s tweets—including the ones he fucks up—are potentially subject to the Presidential Records Act, which is why the House Committee On Government Oversight And Reform recently sent a letter to the White House requesting that Trump keep his thumb off the delete button.

Written by Committee member Elijah Cummings and chairman Jason Chaffetz—the Utah Republican who accidentally coined the iPhone as the new measurement of skyrocketing healthcare costs earlier this week—the letter also addresses the use of private email accounts and encrypted phone apps …

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