The latest instance of a POTUS with a mostest ego formulating zero though enemies came as a outcome of a Oscars.
While a Complainer-In-Chief has stayed surprisingly wordless on Twitter about a jab-filled ceremony, it seems his self-centered, anti-First Amendment change has extended over a rest of a government’s amicable media.
The Persian-language Twitter comment for a U.S. State Department tweeted a totally soft congratulations to a people of Iran and executive Asghar Farhadi when The Salesman won Best Foreign Language Film, usually a country’s second time ever winning a award.
Persian-language @StateDept Twitter comment @USAdarFarsi issues, afterwards deletes congratulations for #Iran film director’s #Oscar win. pic.twitter.com/xhQlY5RoXn
— Steve Herman (@W7VOA) February 27, 2017
After several people beheld a twitter was taken down, a mouthpiece for a State Department confirmed a deletion was since of a acceptance speech, saying:
“A congratulatory twitter was posted. We after private a post to equivocate any misperception that a USG [US government] permitted a comments done in a acceptance speech.”
What were those awful comments they didn’t wish to be compared with?
Farhadi himself did not attend in criticism of a Muslim anathema though did send a prepared matter job a anathema “inhumane” and said:
“Dividing a universe into a ‘us’ and ‘our enemies’ categories creates fear, a treacherous justification for charge and war.”
Yes. Because because would we wish to be compared with a matter embracing assent and disapproval hatred?
[Image around ABC News.]