The White House posts a photo of “First Snow” on unusually warm day in D.C. in strange tweet

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It was almost like a test to see how many people would be willing to reject the evidence of their eyes and ears in the most Orwellian fashion.

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Anyone not already a member of the cult of Donald Trump knows better than to believe a single thing that passes between his lips or typed by his tiny Twitter fingers.

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There is still a third of the country, however, who are blind to his pattern of prevarication and diligent deception.

Last night’s tweet from the White House strained credulity beyond even what is typical for the most dedicated falsifier in presidential history.

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On a day where the unseasonably warm temperature in the nation’s capital hit as high as 68 degrees, the White House decided to post this obviously erroneous photo and caption.

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The reaction on Twitter was swift and furious.

With over 15 thousand lies to his credit — or more properly, his disgrace —  the Trump White House’s misleading tweet about the current weather is among the least significant of the president’s statements that are totally disconnected from reality.

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Luckily, the nation has yet to reach that point of no return where such blatant misrepresentations of the truth are simply accepted as the norm and not even worth pointing out.

In case anyone was interested in the actual truth, the first snow in Washington DC actually came several days earlier, last Tuesday, when the photo tweeted out by the White House was apparently taken, according to HuffPost.

Perhaps the photo got caught up in the classification process while the administration decided whether it was subject to executive privilege.

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Original reporting by Ed Mazza at HuffPost.

Vinnie Longobardo

Vinnie Longobardo is a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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