Donald Trump might be done tweeting and deleting—at least if he listens to Congress. This weeks, two members of Congress sent the White House a letter warning them that Trump and his staff might be violating federal law when they delete tweets from the president's official accounts, according to Teen Vogue.
The letter (which is available to read in full here) warns that tweets from both the @realDonaldTrump and the official @POTUS accounts "are likely to be presidential records and therefore must be preserved." If those deleted tweets aren't archived, then Trump and his staff could be violating the Presidential Records Act.
Trump infamously deleted a tweet less than 24 hours after taking office, when he misspelled "honored" and has tweeted and deleted after similar errors since.
As Teen Vogue notes, in January, Ezra Mechaber, a deputy director of digital strategy during Obama's presidency addressed how the previous administration handled social media archives.
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