The "Trump Accountability" Project
By: Lyndon P.
Via Twitter, Rep. Alexander Ocasio-Cortez expressed concerns about a possible increase in collusions from President Trump's supporters in Washington. Thus, the Trump Accountability Project arose after reports of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany deleting tweets from her official government account. Ocasio-Cortez urged followers to create an anti-Trump archive of evidence.
A Twitter account claiming affiliation with the "Trump Accountability Project" movement says it will block jobs for, discriminate against, persecute and shame anyone who worked to elect Trump, staffed his government, or funded his campaign. Trump supporters are standing by their belief in the President. In comparison, many others are expressing their opinions during this 2020 Presidential election.
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