in the vicinityVideoMitt Romney admits to secret Twitter alias “Pierre Delecto’
The reaction and the analysis of ‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz on ‘The history.’
CONCORD, N. H. — Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, says that he can follow in Sen. Mitt Romney’s footsteps by setting up a fake Twitter account.
The presidential candidate, speaking to journalists in New Hampshire in the morning, after the Republican senator from Utah, added, apparently, that he said it on a secret Twitter account, jokingly, “I know now that I can get some fake Twitter accounts, I’m going to start running and I think… really want to now. I want a synonym.”
Booker, a Democrat, seemed to be impressed with the name “Pierre Delecto,” Romney’s fake Twitter handle.
ROMNEY SEEMS TO CONFIRM THE EXISTENCE OF THE SHADOW-TWITTER-ACCOUNT
The senator jokingly said, “Pierre Delecto. All Right. I love this name. I have to find a good one.”
A fast two-name, the Democrat from New Jersey suggested that as his handle – “’Kal-El_Jersey. Maybe BBB’ ‘B-Cubed is’ -, ‘ tall, bald, and fat. I’m just not sure. I hope I can be of America,-you help me with my Twitter account name.”
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Turning serious, Booker praised Romney for his criticism of President Trump, and once again took aim at the commander-in-chief.
“I know that Mitt Romney is a statesman in the United States of America, and someone who is a very decent man. I am glad to serve you, with him in the Senate, and I’m glad he pointed out that he could speak,” Booker. “If a President of the United States, the inclusion of morality, acts of vandalism, I don’ T care if he is in your party or not in your party, should we all speak.”