Fox News reports:
The White House’s official Twitter handle on Sunday confused residents in Washington, D.C., when it tweeted out a nighttime photograph of the world’s most famous residence behind falling snowflakes with the caption: “First snow of the year!”
One problem: It didn’t snow in the city that day and was, in fact, unseasonably warm, with highs that nearly reached 70 degrees. So unless Disney’s Elsa made an unannounced state visit, Twitter users demanded answers.
First snow of the year! ❄️ pic.twitter.com/kgSLQX6QxK
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 13, 2020
I await the official statement from an unnamed spokesperson at NOAA declaring that the snow that fell on the 7th was actually a rare form of crystalline frozen water not technically called “snow” by meteorologists, thankyouverymuch.
— ➖Dustin Miller➖ (@spdustin) January 13, 2020
You’re mortally allergic to the truth.
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) January 13, 2020
— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) January 13, 2020
— Jay-So from the Block (@JulioSoto77) January 13, 2020
Fake snowflakes for the snowflake in chief.
— David Weissman (@davidmweissman) January 13, 2020
God, they can’t even tell the truth *about the weather*??
It’s become a pathology with them.
— Judy Ellis (@JudyWhaleCove) January 13, 2020
Why. Why would you lie about THIS.
— Jessica Ellis (@baddestmamajama) January 13, 2020