Published: Mon, October 21, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Mitt Romney says he's behind 'Pierre Delecto' Twitter account

Mitt Romney says he's behind 'Pierre Delecto' Twitter account

In the Atlantic profile, Romney admitted to having what he called a "lurker account" - essentially a profile under a different name that he operated in secret to monitor the political conversation.

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Slate noted that the account replied to several Romney-related tweets and liked some others that were critical of Trump and Republicans.

That particularly juicy Pierre Delecto like, which was unearthed by Georgetown professor Don Moynihan who shared screenshots, Romney favorited a recent post that featured a picture of Rubio sitting in a massive throne that made him look tiny and included the caption, "I'm not sure there's ever been a photo that sums up a person's essence better than this does". Pierre Delecto follows a number of Mr Romney's family members and former aides.

"You were cheating on your second wife with the woman who is now your third wife even while impeaching Clinton for cheating on his wife".

Twitter has been abuzz this weekend with the revelation of Sen.

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"He tweets so much", Romney said of Trump.

Romney has stood behind the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry of Trump in Congress, saying he's open to removing his fellow Republican from office depending on the results of the investigation. Mike Lee (R) for supporting the White House's Syria withdrawal.

When Coppins called the senator to ask if he operated the account, Romney replied, "C'est moi", a French phrase meaning "that is me" or "it is me". "I won't give you the name of it, [but] I'm following 668 people". Reports claim US troops hardly "left" Syria & airspace still "under control" US President Donald Trump's decision to pull troops out of northern Syria has polarized Washington, but according to some senior officials, it's not the full-scale retreat ceding the territory to the Turks it's being portrayed as.

It follows politicians, Romney family members, political advisers, reporters who covered his campaigns, Romney fan accounts, as well as National Football League star Tom Brady and late night comedian Jimmy Fallon, Slate reported.

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