A senior impeachment aide said the inclusion of a fake blue check verification mark on tweets that were presented at the Senate trial was an accident.
Former President Donald Trump has been extremely quiet as his impeachment trial got underway in earnest this week, in contrast to his ubiquitous Twitter presence during his impeachment trial last year, and longtime affinity for the spotlight.
President Trump weighed in Tuesday night on Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer, both of whom had underwhelming showings in the New Hampshire primaries.
President Trump on Saturday ripped into Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who testified in the impeachment inquiry and was fired by the National Security Council a day earlier
As of 4:45 p.m. on Wednesday, a day when the Senate was embroiled in his impeachment trial and the president was attending the World Economic Forum meeting in Switzerland, Trump broke one of his own records by sending out a whopping 131 tweets and retweets in a single day, marking the most of his presidency.