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Donald Tump Tweets Inappropriate, According To Analysts

Update Date: Feb 14, 2017 07:54 PM EST

President elect Donald Trump has always been vocal when it comes to his opinions, thus he's highly active on social media. With the hype of his Twitter posts as they always manage to capture the public's attention, experts claim that Trump's tweets are inappropriate based on analysis.

Psychology Today pointed out that majority of Donald Trump's tweets is inappropriate as a team of experts came up with analytics resulting in his tweets' negative impact. The team then came into conclusion that there is no right or wrong post, but what they focused on, however, pointed out that most of Trump's tweets should not be posted on social media.

Tump's Twitter postS are often feasted upon as multiple websites have already compiled his most inappropriate tweets. He even tweeted that the former president, Barack Obama's birth certificate was fake, which gatherED backlash among his followers.

Donald Trump is not the only person in the office that was slammed for unethical tweets. Fortune pointed out that US Ethics Official was slammed for inappropriate Donald Trump tweets. It was mentioned that tweets by Walter Shaub Jr., director of the Office of Government Ethics were inappropriate for posting. It was then mentioned that his tweets can potentially compromise the government's objectivity.

"When he did that, it didn't seem professional, I don't think it solves the challenge. It's not their role," Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, the panel's senior Democrat stated as he talks about the people in the office and their social media posts.

Shaub was slammed by Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz of Utah as it was mentioned that his Twitter posts were inappropriate and it causes the credibility of his job title. Chaffetz reprimanded Shaub during a closed door meeting as his January 11 tweet caused a backlash among his followers.

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