Looks like I wasn’t the only one who noticed. The Huffington Post writes:
I blogged about Trump’s twitter feed during this time before but I didn’t know that the tweet referenced in the article had been deleted since then.
As noted in the article, it is unclear who exactly made that tweet from @realDonaldTrump. It came from an iPhone, making it seem like a staffer may have tweeted it since Trump usually uses his Android phone. According to the article, though, one thing is clear: he was in the White House during the raid and not the Situation Room where he should have been monitoring the operation.
I notice this stuff. Others notice this stuff, too. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer stated, regarding the “success” of the operation: “The life of Chief Ryan Owens was done in service to this country and we owe him and his family a great debt for the information that we received during that raid…I think any suggestion otherwise is a disservice to his courageous life and the actions that he took, full stop.”
No, Sean. Donald Trump’s callous disregard for the value of America’s warriors is a is a disservice to Chief Owens’ courageous life and the actions that he took.
Full fucking stop.