Trump Administration press secretary Sean Spicer has already mastered the political art of making cryptic, indecipherable comments. Take, for instance, his tweet Thursday morning: “n9y25ah7.”
What did it mean, exactly? Something about Dipping Dots? An inside joke with a friend who happens to be a robot? Did he just carry his phone in his pocket with the Twitter app open? Gizmodo contends that the letter-number combination n9y25ah7 “looks an awful lot like a password.”
Spicer couldn’t possibly have allowed such a blatant security breach, right? Isn’t that more of the Democratic National Committee’s thing? Is there any way he would really be as lax with cybersecurity as Trump accused Hillary Clinton of being?
Gizmodo noted that on Wednesday, Spicer posted another odd tweet: “Aqenbpuu.”
Even many of President Trump’s supporters decided a long time ago that Trump should stop tweeting. Maybe Spicer should, too?
Before you get any bad ideas, bear in mind that it would be illegal to test out possible passwords to try to hack into Spicer’s Twitter account.
Also, you couldn’t possibly do a worse job with it than he is.